New Zealand State Highway 11

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State Highway 11
Route information
Maintained by NZ Transport Agency
Length: 30 km (20 mi)
Major junctions
Northwest end: SH 10 near Puketona
Southeast end: SH 1 near Kawakawa
Highway system
SH 10 SH 12

State Highway 11 (SH 11) is a 30 kilometre stretch of highway in the North Island of New Zealand. It links SH 10 at Puketona and SH 1 at Kawakawa. Its main destination is the Bay of Islands township of Paihia. Until 2004, it terminated at Tohitapu Road, in southern Paihia township.


First gazetted in 1997[1] SH 11 begins at Puketona Junction, 10 km south of Kerikeri, from SH 10. From there it runs 12.7 km along Puketona Road to Paihia, turning right into Marsden Road at its eastern terminus. SH 11 continues through Paihia, turning right at the end of town into Seaview Road. After changing to Paihia Road, SH 11 continues 14.3 km to its terminus at SH 1 in Kawakawa, where the driver can choose to continue straight ahead to Whangarei (and further afield Auckland) or turn right for Kawakawa township, Kaikohe, Kaitaia and Cape Reinga.

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  1. ^ "Revoking Sections of State Highways Declaring New Sections of State Highway". NZ Gazette. 26 June 1997. Retrieved 5 July 2016. 

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