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|Looking east towards Francis Avenue in Karrinyup|
|Length||8.0 km (5.0 mi)|
|Route number(s)||State Route 76 (Karrinyup – Balcatta)|
|Tourist routes||Tourist Drive 204 (Trigg)|
|West end||West Coast Drive (Tourist Drive 204), Trigg|
|East end||Morley Drive (State Route 76), Balcatta|
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Karrinyup Road is a major east-west road in the inner northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia, connecting the City of Stirling council offices, Osborne Park Hospital and Karrinyup Shopping Centre with residential estates in Innaloo, Stirling and Balcatta. The road, especially the portion between the Freeway and Main Street, was one of the first roads in the area, known as Balcatta Beach Road and later as North Beach Road. Until the 1990s, most of this stretch of the road was still fledged by functioning market gardens.
For part of 1984, Karrinyup Road was the end point of the Mitchell Freeway. Prior to the freeway's construction, this intersection was the crossing point of Odin Road between Innaloo and the Balcatta industrial area.
- West Coast Drive (Tourist Drive 204), Trigg
- Marmion Avenue (State Route 71) north / West Coast Highway (State Route 71 / Tourist Drive 204) south, Trigg and Karrinyup
- Francis Avenue, Karrinyup (at Karrinyup Shopping Centre)
- Huntriss Road, Karrinyup, Gwelup and Innaloo
- North Beach Road, Gwelup and Innaloo
- Mitchell Freeway (State Route 2), Gwelup, Innaloo and Stirling
- Cedric Street (State Route 64), Stirling
- Morley Drive (State Route 76) east / Main Street north and south,
- Main Roads Western Australia (29 October 2013). "Metropolitan Roads". Government of Western Australia. Retrieved 24 December 2013.
- "Metropolitan Network" (PDF). Intergrated [sic] Service Arrangement. Main Roads Western Australia. 28 February 2011. Archived from the original on 3 August 2013. Retrieved 24 December 2013.
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