Henty Highway

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Henty Highway
Victoria
Road map showing a north-south road in Victoria's west covering most of the length of the state
Map of south-eastern Australia with Henty Highway highlighted in green
General information
Type Highway
Length 360 km (224 mi)
Route number(s)
Former
route number
State Route 107 (1986-1998) (entire route)[1]
Major junctions
North end Sunraysia Highway (B220), Lascelles
 
South end Madeira Packet Road (C194), Portland
Location(s)
Major settlements Hopetoun, Warracknabeal, Horsham, Hamilton, Heywood
Highway system

Henty Highway[2] is a 360 kilometre highway in western Victoria, Australia. It's primarily a north-south route, and consists of a mix of 2 laned country highway standard and 4 lane arterial road within some of the larger towns along the route. The highway formerly ran all the way to meet the Calder Highway at its junction south of Ouyen, but when the Sunraysia Highway was given highway status, the Henty name was truncated back to Lascelles.

Henty Highway shares other roads along its route (this is called multiplexing), and these include:

  • A1 (Princes Highway) from Heywood to Portland North for 27 km
  • A8 (Western Highway) at Horsham for 3 km
  • B160 (Glenelg Highway) at Hamilton for 3 km
  • B240 (Wimmera Highway) from Horsham to Dooen for 10 km
  • C188 (Natimuk-Hamilton Road and Penshurst-Dunkeld Road) at Cavendish for 500 m
  • C234 (Borung Highway) at Warracknabeal for 1 km

Major intersections and towns[edit]

LGALocationkm[3]miDestinationsNotes
GlenelgPortlandWellington Road / Madeira Packet Road (C194) – Port areaDuplex with
2.41.5 Madeira Packet Road (C194) – South Portland
3.72.3 Bridgewater Road (C193) – Portland city centre, Portland West, Cape Bridgewater
4.72.9 Portland-Nelson Road (C192) – Nelson
6.13.8New Street
Bolwarra8.75.4 Princes Highway (A1) – WarrnamboolA1 duplex with A200
Heywood29.518.3 Woolsthorpe-Heywood Road (C176) – Woolsthorpe, Warrnambool
30.018.6 Princes Highway (A1) – Mount Gambier
Myamyn4629 Myamin-Macarthur Road (C186) –
Southern GrampiansHamilton86.553.7 Hamilton-Port Fairy Road (C184) – Port Fairy
87.554.4 Dartmoor-Hamilton Road – Dartmoor
88.354.9 Glenelg Highway (B160) – Hamilton town centre, Ballarat, GeelongA200 and B160 duplex
90.656.3 Glenelg Highway (B160) – Casterton, Mount Gambier
Cavendish11370 Dunkeld-Cavendish Road (C188) – Dunkeld
11471 Natimuk-Hamilton Road (C188) – Balmoral
HorshamHorsham215134 Western Highway (A8) – Ararat, Ballarat, MelbourneHenty Highway concurrent with Western Highway through Horsham
216134 Horsham-Lubeck Road (C215) – Longerenong, Lubeck
Wimmera River
217135 Wimmera Highway (B240) – Edenhope, NaracoorteHenty and Wimmera Highways duplex for 10km
218135 Western Highway (A8) – Dimboola, AdelaideHenty Highway concurrent with Western Highway through Horsham
Dooen227141 Wimmera Highway (B240) – Murtoa, St Arnaud, BendigoHenty and Wimmera Highways duplex for 10km
Byrneville244152 Horsham-Minyip Road (C236) – Minyip, Donald
YarriambiackWarracknabeal274170 Stawell-Warracknabeal Road (B210) – Stawell, Melbourne
Borung Highway (C234) – Dimboola, AdelaideBorung Highway duplex through Warracknabeal
275171 Warracknabeal-Rainbow Road (C245) – Rainbow / Borung Highway (C234) – Donald, Charlton
Beulah309192 Birchip-Rainbow Road (C243) – Birchip, Rainbow
Hopetoun334208 Hopetoun-Rainbow Road (C227) – Rainbow
338210 Hopetoun-Walpeup Road (C247) – Walpeup
342213 Hopetoun-Sea Lake Road (C246) – Sea Lake
Lascelles359223 Sunraysia Highway (B220) – Ouyen, Mildura
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ State Route Numbering System - The former route numbering in rural Victoria, Main Roads Victoria. Retrieved on 14 September 2013.[self-published source]
  2. ^ Henty Highway (A/B200), Expressway - Paul Rands. Retrieved on 14 September 2013.[self-published source]
  3. ^ Google (11 February 2017). "Henty Highway" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 11 February 2017.