|Isis Highway (green and black)|
|Length||135 km (84 mi)|
|SW end||Burnett Highway, Ban Ban Springs, Queensland|
|Major settlements||Childers, Biggenden|
The Isis Highway is a state highway in southern Queensland, Australia. The highway is relatively short, and runs for 135 kilometres (84 mi) in a north-east / south-west direction between the Burnett Highway at Ban Ban Springs and Bundaberg. The Isis Highway links the cattle farming districts of the North Burnett with the sugar producing Bundaberg and Fraser Coast regions.
The highway takes its name from the Isis River, which flows between Maryborough and Childers. The highway also passes through a significant amount of the former Isis Shire local government area, of which Childers was the administrative centre.
The Isis Highway is signed as State Route 52 between Ban Ban Springs and Childers, and State Route 3 between Childers and Bundaberg.
Principal towns along the Isis Highway
|Bundaberg||Bundaberg||0||0.0|| Hinkler Avenue (State Route 3) - north - Bundaberg North / Gin Gin / |
Bourbong Street - east - Bundaberg CBD
|Northern end of Isis Highway (State Route 3). State Route 3 continues north over the Burnett River via the Don Tallon Bridge, and then west to Gin Gin|
|Apple Tree Creek||45.1||28.0|| Bruce Highway (Queensland Highway A1) - north-west - Gin Gin / |
south-east - Childers
|Northern concurrency terminus with Bruce Highway|
|Wide Bay-Burnett||Childers||51.5||32.0||Bruce Highway (Queensland Highway A1) - south-east - Howard||Southern concurrency terminus with Bruce Highway.|
|51.5||32.0||Bruce Highway (Queensland Highway A1) - south-east - Howard||Isis Highway continues south as State Route 52.|
|North Burnett||Biggenden||97.3||60.5||Maryborough Biggenden Road (State Route 86) - south-east - Brooweena|
|Ban Ban Springs||135||84||Burnett Highway (State Route A3) - north - Gayndah / south - Goomeri|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- Queensland Government - Department of Transport and Main Roads - Maps
- Hema, Maps (2007). Australia Road and 4WD Atlas (Map). Eight Mile Plains Queensland: Hema Maps. p. 9. ISBN 978-1-86500-456-3.
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