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The Appin Road is a sealed road in New South Wales. It goes from Campbelltown to near Thirroul.
The Appin Road's highest elevation along its length is 442m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 82.8m (highlight point | zoom to point).
For cyclists and those towing caravans, boats or heavy loads the Appin Road is undulating along its 31.8 km length, with about 2.5 km that is steeper in incline/grade than 5%. The total ascent / descent along the length of the Appin Road is 519 m / 234 m.
Bonzle incline/gradient summary
|Total length||<5% incline/grade||5-10% incline/grade||10-15% incline/grade||>15% incline/grade|
|31.8 km||29.3 km||2.5 km|
The Appin Road connects with the Campbelltown Road, the Narellan Road, the Princes Highway, the Southern Freeway and the Wilton Road.
Towns, villages and localities on the Appin Road include Bradbury (highlight) and Rosemeadow (highlight).
The Appin Road is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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