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What is the length of the Sturt Highway?

The Sturt Highway is about 945 km long.

What states/territories is the Sturt Highway in?

The Sturt Highway goes through South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales.

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

The highest point/elevation/altitude/height above sea level of the Sturt Highway along its length is 384 m above sea level (highlight point | zoom to point)

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

The lowest point/elevation/altitude/height above sea level of the Sturt Highway along its length is 6.5 m (highlight point | zoom to point)

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

Towns, villages and localities on the Sturt Highway include Alfred Town (highlight), Balranald (highlight), Barmera (highlight), Borambola (highlight), Calperum (highlight), Collingullie (highlight), Cullulleraine (highlight), Euston (highlight), Forest Hill (highlight), Galore (highlight), Gol Gol (highlight), Gumly Gumly (highlight), Kywong (highlight), Lowbank (highlight), Merrinee North (highlight), Mildura (highlight), Monash (highlight), Paringa (highlight), Renmark (highlight), Sandigo (highlight), Shea Oak Log (highlight), Truro (highlight), Waddi (highlight), Yangalake (highlight) and Yarragundry (highlight).

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