Map of Arnhem Highway, NT

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Picture of / about 'Arnhem Highway' the Northern Territory - Arnhem Highway flooded after Low turned Cyclone Carlos
Arnhem Highway flooded after Low turned Cyclone Carlos
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The Arnhem Highway is a sealed road in the Northern Territory. It goes from near McMinns Lagoon to near Gagudju Crocodile Hotel.

The Arnhem Highway's highest elevation along its length is 78.3m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 3.28m (highlight point | zoom to point).

For cyclists and those towing caravans, boats or heavy loads the Arnhem Highway is undulating along its 217 km length, with about 140 m that is steeper in incline/grade than 5%. The total ascent / descent along the length of the Arnhem Highway is 602 m / 590 m.

Bonzle incline/gradient summary

Total length<5% incline/grade5-10% incline/grade10-15% incline/grade>15% incline/grade
217 km217 km140 m

The Arnhem Highway connects with Anzac Parade, the Kakadu Highway, the Marrakai Road, the Old Jim Jim Road, the Point Stuart Road and the Stuart Highway.

The Arnhem Highway is highlighted in yellow on the map below.

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Bonzle users have reported that Arnhem Highway is a good place for sightseeing and tourist drive. Do you know of other recreational activities at Arnhem Highway? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

Bonzle users have contributed the following notes about Arnhem Highway:

contributed by PetaY on 19-Feb-2011
Cycling and Tourism
Arnhem Highway Just east of the Adelaide River Bridge, the Floodplains.  
It can be like an inland ocean.  
Deepest point on this day was 60cm.
Before attempting to cross the flood plain please consider your vehicle and remember we have crocodiles in this area.

If cycling or touring the Arnhem hwy please take care especially on the Adelaide River Bridge. The Speed in this area is 130 km and it is difficult to see on approach, vehicles on the bridge which have slowed down to look for crocodiles in the waters. It is not safe hence the no stopping sign on the bridge

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