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The Hume Highway is a sealed road in New South Wales and Victoria. It goes from near Wodonga in Victoria to Aylmerton in New South Wales.
The Hume Highway's highest elevation along its length is 763m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 152m (highlight point | zoom to point).
The Hume Highway connects with the Barton Highway, the Braidwood Road, the Burley Griffin Way, the Canyonleigh Road, the Cootamundra Road, the Culcairn Road, the Cullerin Road, the Federal Highway, the Gundaroo Road, the Hume Freeway, Hume Street, the Illawarra Highway, the Lachlan Valley Way, the Murray Valley Highway, the Nangus Junee Road, the Old Hume Highway, the Olympic Highway, the Riverina Highway, Sheahan Drive, the Snowy Mountains Highway, the South Western Freeway-Hume Highway, the Sturt Highway, the Sydney Road, the Tumbarumba Road, West Street and the Yass Valley Way.
Towns, villages and localities on the Hume Highway include North Albury (highlight), Bowna (highlight), Mullengandra (highlight), Woomargama (highlight), Holbrook (highlight), Little Billabong (highlight), Kyeamba Gap (highlight), Kyeamba (highlight), Tarcutta (highlight) and Mingay (highlight).
The Hume Highway is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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