Map of Dukes Highway, SA

home > roads > Dukes Highway > map of Dukes Highway
bonzle.com logo
Description
General
FAQ
Map Includes
>>>Contribute
Pictures
Notes
Stories
Submit website

 myBonzle menu: Add to my places   Add picture   Add story   Add note   

Skip to map  

Do you have a picture of 'Dukes Highway'?
Do you have a picture of 'Dukes Highway'? If so, upload it.
Share your Australia - add a picture

The Dukes Highway is a sealed road in South Australia. It goes from near Jervois in South Australia to near Serviceton in Victoria.

The Dukes Highway's highest elevation along its length is 119m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 3.67m (highlight point | zoom to point).

For cyclists and those towing caravans, boats or heavy loads the Dukes Highway is undulating along its 190 km length, with about 560 m that is steeper in incline/grade than 5%. The total ascent / descent along the length of the Dukes Highway is 332 m / 305 m.

Bonzle incline/gradient summary

Total length<5% incline/grade5-10% incline/grade10-15% incline/grade>15% incline/grade
190 km190 km560 m

The Dukes Highway connects with the Mallee Highway, the McIntosh Road, the Naracoorte Road, the Old Dukes Highway, the Pinnaroo Bordertown Road, the Princes Highway, the Riddoch Highway, the Senior Road, the Tintinara Woods Well Road and the Western Highway.

Towns, villages and localities on the Dukes Highway include Cooke Plains (highlight), Coomandook (highlight), Yumali (highlight), Culburra (highlight), Tintinara (highlight), Keith (highlight) and Bordertown (highlight).

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

Do you know what facilities are available at Dukes Highway? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

Do you know what recreational activities are available at Dukes Highway? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

Do you have a photo of Dukes Highway gathering cyber dust on your hard drive?   Why not upload it and share your information with other Bonzle users.   Click here to view recently uploaded photos from other users or browse thousands of pictures grouped by themes in Bonzle collections.   Here are some examples:

Picture relating to Mount Disappointment - titled 'Mount Disappointment State Forest; Andersons Garden Camp Ground'Mount Disappointment Picture relating to Alpine Way - titled 'Alpine Way 3'Alpine Way Picture relating to Gregory National Park - titled 'Gregory National Park'Gregory National Park Picture relating to Eagle Heights - titled 'Eagle Heights'Eagle Heights

Create a custom map: Click here to create a custom map including 'Dukes Highway'

Link to this page: Click here to see how

Map of Dukes Highway in South Australia
Click on the name of a place to go to the Bonzle page for that place. For other clicks on the map, select what click action you want below, then click on the map where you want that action performed.

ZOOM IN  ZOOM OUT  PAN/MOVE  GET HEIGHT/DEPTH & POSITION

The point highlighted (36 19.560' S 140 54.730' E) has an estimated altitude of 119m above sea level. This point is approximately 101.0km east-northeast from the coastline of South Australia.
scroll up and leftscroll up and leftscroll upscroll upscroll upscroll up and rightscroll up and right
scroll up and left
scroll up and right
scroll left
scroll left
scroll left
scroll right
scroll right
scroll right
scroll down and leftscroll down and right
scroll down and leftscroll down and leftscroll downscroll downscroll downscroll down and rightscroll down and right
< MAX INCLICK IN THE SHADED BAR BELOW TO SET THE ZOOM LEVELMAX OUT >
zoombar
Map Legend
40km
mapscalemapscalemapscale
mapscalemapscalemapscale
20mi
colour of populated areasPopulated Areascolour of sandSand
colour of reserves and parksReserves and Parkscolour of native vegetationNative Vegetation
hide
myBonzlehide
Sign In | Not a member? Join now!
Searchhide
Position within Australiahide
Your locationhide
Places last visitedhide

Your screen sizehide

640 | 800 | 1024 | 1280 | 1400 | 1600

©2019 Digital Atlas Pty Limited | Usage Terms | Data Sources
If you do not agree with the Usage Terms then do not access this website.