Bass Highway, Tasmania(Australia)

Bass Highway, Tasmania(Australia)

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The Bass highway is a highway in Tasmania, Australia. it’s far part of the countrywide highway, special as national highway 1 and connects the most important towns throughout the north of the kingdom – Burnie, Devonport and Launceston. the street was named due to its proximity to the Bass Strait.

Additional Information

Route information
Type: Highway
Length: 262 km (162 mi)
Route number(s): National Highway 1
(Launceston – Burnie)
A2
Burnie – Marrawah
Former
route number:
State Route 2
Major junctions
East end: Midland Highway, Launceston, Tasmania
Meander Valley Highway
Illawarra Main Road
Meander Valley Highway
Biralee Road
Lake Highway
Mole Creek Road
Gilbert Street
Stony Rise Road
Turners Beach Road
Gawler Road
Pine Road
Mission Hill Road
Ridgley Highway
Murchison Highway
West end: Arthur River Road /
Comeback Road,
Marrawah, Tasmania
Location
Region: Tasmania
Major settlements: Deloraine, Devonport, Ulverstone, Burnie, Smithton
Highway system Highways in Australia
National Highway Freeways in Australia
Highways in Tasmania
Remarks: Hobart to Burnie

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