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New South Wales
|Length||199 km (124 mi)|
|State Route 91 (?? - 2013)|
|North end||Mount Lindesay Highway (National Route 13), 15 km east of Woodenbong, New South Wales (NSW/Qld Border)|
|Bruxner Highway (B60)|
|South end|| Pacific Highway (A1) via
Gwydir Highway (B76), South Grafton, New South Wales
|Major settlements||Kyogle, Casino, Grafton|
The Summerland Way is a 199–kilometre state route, designated B91, in New South Wales. It runs generally north from Grafton to the border between NSW and Queensland just west of Mount Lindesay. The road continues from there into Queensland as Mount Lindesay Highway. With the decommissioning of the Mount Lindesay Highway, the length of the Summerland Way has been increased.[vague] It is sealed for its entire length, although some of the road north of the Lions Road turn-off is narrow and winding. However, nearly A$20 million has been[when?] allocated for road improvements.
It was so named as the region in runs through is a popular tourist area for people during summer.
The Summerland Way is an alternative route to the Pacific Highway.
List of towns along the Summerland Way
- "Schedule of Classified Roads And State and Regional Roads" (PDF). Roads and Maritime Services. January 2014. p. 6. Retrieved 27 March 2014.
- Mt Lindesay Road, ozroads
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