Flinders Highway, South Australia
|Highway sign, Ceduna|
|Length||410 km (255 mi)|
|Alternate National Route 1|
|Northwest end||Eyre Highway (National Highway A1), Ceduna|
|Southeast end||Lincoln Highway (B100), Port Lincoln|
|Major settlements||Smoky Bay, Streaky Bay, Port Kenny, Elliston|
Flinders Highway connects the South Australian towns of Ceduna and Port Lincoln, a distance of 410 kilometres. The highway was formerly designated as National Route Alternate 1 and currently signed as B100. Route B100, formerly National Route Alternate 1 (from 1978 to 1999), consisting of the Flinders Highway and Lincoln Highway, presents an alternative but somewhat longer coastal route between Port Augusta and Ceduna, compared to the more direct Eyre Highway.
The Flinders Highway runs parallel to the western coast of the Eyre Peninsula through undulating farmland. It is named after the explorer Matthew Flinders who sighted these coasts in early 1802 from HMS Investigator. Only small settlements lie along its track. Of these, Coffin Bay is a centre for oyster farming, Elliston is renowned for swimming beaches and fishing and Ceduna is the main town on the far west coast of South Australia supporting government offices and businesses.
|Ceduna||Ceduna||0||0.0||Eyre Highway 6 km east of Ceduna||Northern terminus of Flinders Highway|
|Streaky Bay||Streaky Bay||96||60||Streaky Bay Road – 8km northeast of Streaky Bay, east to Poochera|
|Elliston||Elliston||231||144||Birdseye Highway – Lock||2km southeast of township|
|Lower Eyre Peninsula||Wangary||366||227||Coffin Bay Road – Coffin Bay||12km east of Wangary township|
|Hawson||386||240||Western Approach Road||Flinders Highway continues direct to Port Lincoln; B100 routed by Western Approach Road bypass to the south.|
|Port Lincoln||396||246||Lincoln Highway||Southern terminus of Flinders Highway|
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