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The Great Southern Highway is a sealed road in Western Australia. It goes from The Lakes to near Cranbrook.
The Great Southern Highway's highest elevation along its length is 398m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 179m (highlight point | zoom to point).
The Great Southern Highway connects with the Albany Highway, the Arthur Road, Avon Terrace, Balladong Street, the Beverley Mawson Road, the Beverley Westdale Road, the Boyup Brook Cranbrook Road, the Brookton Corrigin Road, the Brookton Highway, the Broomehill Gnowangerup Road, the Bullaring Pingelly Road, the Cuballing East Road, the Gnowangerup Tambellup Road, the Great Eastern Highway, the Hassell Road, the Kojonup Katanning Road, Morris Edwards Drive, the Newton Road, the North Bannister Pingelly Road, the Robinson Road, the Salt River Road, the Stratherine Road, Tambellup Road West, the Toolbrunup Road, the Wagin Dumbleyung Road, the Williams Kondinin Road and the York Williams Road.
Towns, villages and localities on the Great Southern Highway include Pingelly (highlight), Narrogin (highlight), Highbury (highlight) and Wagin (highlight).
The Great Southern Highway is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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