Portal:Australian roads

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Welcome to the Australian roads portal.

This portal is designed to give an overview of articles associated with the roads in Australia, predominantly with a focus on the roads themselves, but also on their history, associated infrastructure, and other related topics.

Work on the portal and its articles is managed at WikiProject Australian Roads. We are happy to support new editors who are interested in this subject area and to advise them on the creation and improvement of articles. –  Join us!

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View along The Causeway towards East Perth

The Causeway
Road in Perth, Western Australia

The Causeway is an arterial traffic crossing in Perth, Western Australia, linking the inner-city suburbs of East Perth and Victoria Park. It is carried over the Swan River at the eastern end of Perth Water by two bridges on either side of Heirisson Island. The current Causeway is the third structure to have been built across the river at this point. ( Full article...)

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DID YOU KNOW?

... that the eastern section of Nerang–Broadbeach Road on Australia's Gold Coast is also known as Hooker Boulevard?
... that in 1794, Old Windsor Road was the second major road in Sydney?
... that Stuart Highway is named after John McDouall Stuart, the first European to cross Australia from south to north?

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