Gympie Arterial Road

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Gympie Arterial Road
Queensland
General information
Type Freeway
Length 5 km (3 mi)
Route number(s)
  • M1
  • (Pine River to Gateway Motorway)
  • M3
  • (Gateway Motorway to Carseldine)
Major junctions
NE end Bruce Highway
Murrumba Downs, Queensland
SW end Gympie Road
Carseldine, Queensland
Location(s)
Major suburbs / towns Carseldine
Highway system
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Highways in Queensland

The Gympie Arterial Road is a freeway in the northern suburbs of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. This section of the road starts in Carseldine at Gympie Road and terminates at the Pine River where it becomes the Bruce Highway. Approximately 800m south of this crossing is the interchange with the M1 Gateway Motorway, making everything north of this interchange part of the M1. To the south, it is designated as the M3. In 2000, a lane duplication was completed and an exit lane was closed at the Strathpine Road off-ramp, with 2 new lanes opened along with traffic lights in its place.

See also[edit]

Australian Roads portal


Brisbane motorways
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M7
Major motorways