Gore Hill Freeway
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|Gore Hill Freeway
New South Wales
|Gore Hill Freeway in Lane Cove|
|Length||3 km (2 mi)|
|Exits and Interchanges|
|Highways in Australia
National Highway • Freeways in Australia
Highways in New South Wales
The Gore Hill Freeway is a major freeway in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. This freeway forms part of the M1 and the Sydney Orbital Network to provide access to most of the suburbs in Sydney; it is also a major route to the north, south, east and west of the metropolis.
It connects to the Lane Cove Tunnel and Longueville Road to the west and continues as the Warringah Freeway to the east. The only interchanges are the Pacific Highway and Reserve Road. On signs the Gore Hill Freeway is signed only as 'Freeway'.
Exits and interchanges
The entire road is in the City of Willoughby local government area.
|Artarmon||0.0||0.0||Pacific Highway (A1 north)||Western terminus|
|0.2||0.1||Longueville Road||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance|
|0.5||0.3||Reserve Road||No eastbound exit except from Longueville Road|
|0.7||0.4||Lane Cove Tunnel (M2)||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance|
|Naremburn||3||2||Warringah Freeway (M1) – Sydney CBD, Sydney Airport||Eastern terminus: continues as Warringah Freeway|
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