Map of Glenelg Highway

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The Glenelg Highway is a sealed road in Victoria and South Australia.

The Glenelg Highway's highest elevation along its length is 466m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 43.5m (highlight point | zoom to point).

The Glenelg Highway connects with the Casterton Dartmoor Road, the Casterton Edenhope Road, the Casterton Naracoorte Road, the Casterton Penola Road, the Cavendish Coleraine Road, the Coleraine Edenhope Road, the Coleraine Merino Road, the Darlington Carranballac Road, the Dartmoor Hamilton Road, the Dunkeld Cavendish Road, the Eurambeen Streatham Road, the Glenthompson Caramut Road, the Grampians Road, the Hamilton Chatsworth Road, the Hamilton Highway, the Henty Highway, the Henty Highway-Glenelg Highway, the Lismore Pittong Road, the Lismore Scarsdale Road, the Lismore Skipton Road, the Maroona Glenthompson Road, the Midland Highway, the Mortlake Ararat Road, the Mount Napier Road, the Penshurst Dunkeld Road, the Portland Casterton Road, the Princes Highway, the Rokewood Skipton Road, the Rossbridge Streatham Road, the Sebastopol Smythesdale Road, the Skipton Road, the Strathkellar Road, the Streatham Carngham Road and Wiltshire Lane.

Towns, villages and localities on the Glenelg Highway include Willowvale (highlight), Strathdownie (highlight), Casterton (highlight), Coleraine (highlight), Wannon (highlight), Hamilton (highlight), Warrayure (highlight), Dunkeld (highlight), Glenthompson (highlight), Lake Bolac (highlight), Carranballac (highlight), Linton (highlight), Smythesdale (highlight) and Smythes Creek (highlight).

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

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The point highlighted (37 51.044' S 140 51.145' E) has an estimated altitude of 43m above sea level. This point is approximately 21.1km north from the coastline of South Australia.
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