Frequently asked questions about Great Eastern Highway, WA

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What is the length of the Great Eastern Highway?

The Great Eastern Highway is about 591 km long.

What state/territory is the Great Eastern Highway in?

The Great Eastern Highway is in Western Australia.

What is the highest point/elevation/altitude/height above sea level of the Great Eastern Highway?

The highest point/elevation/altitude/height above sea level of the Great Eastern Highway along its length is 477 m above sea level (highlight point | zoom to point)

What is the lowest point/elevation/altitude/height above sea level of the Great Eastern Highway?

The lowest point/elevation/altitude/height above sea level of the Great Eastern Highway along its length is 3.25 m (highlight point | zoom to point)

What are some of the towns, villages and localities on the Great Eastern Highway?

Towns, villages and localities on the Great Eastern Highway include Baandee (highlight), Bakers Hill (highlight), Binduli (highlight), Bodallin (highlight), Bungulla (highlight), Burracoppin (highlight), Clackline (highlight), Coolgardie (highlight), Cunderdin (highlight), Garratt (highlight), Ghooli (highlight), Hines Hill (highlight), Kalgoorlie-Boulder (highlight), Karalee (highlight), Koojedda (highlight), Meenaar (highlight), Moorine Rock (highlight), Mundaring (highlight), Nangeenan (highlight), Noongar (highlight), Northam (highlight), Pig Flat (highlight), Pump Station (highlight), Tammin (highlight), Walgoolan (highlight), Werribee (highlight), Wyola (highlight), Yellowdine (highlight) and Yerbillon (highlight).

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