New South Wales
|Length||113 km (70 mi)|
|State Route 85 (?? to 2013)|
|North end||Newell Highway (A39) / Mid-Western Highway (B64), Wyalong|
|Burley Griffin Way (B94)|
|South end||Olympic Highway (A41), Old Junee|
|Major settlements||Barmedman, Gidginbung, Temora, Sebastopol|
|Highways in Australia
National Highway • Freeways in Australia
Highways in New South Wales
The Goldfields Way is a highway in the northern part of the Riverina region of New South Wales. It runs in an approximate north to south direction from an intersection with the Newell and Mid Western highways at Wyalong in the north to an intersection with the Olympic Highway at Old Junee in the south. Over its 113–kilometre length it intersects with Burley Griffin Way as it passes through the town of Temora.
The route was formerly signed State Route 85 but under the new alpha-numeric system signed in NSW throughout 2013 it became the B85, directly replacing State Route 85.
- Goldfields Way (State Highway 85), Melway Street Directory 2008, Edition 35, page 917.
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