The Mitchell Highway is a sealed highway linking Queensland and New South Wales in Australia. The road is 1.105 km (687 mi) long. It’s one of the Australian longest roads.
Weather conditions will change substantially from start to finish. The journey requires planning and careful preparation. It was proclaimed a state highway in New South Wales in 1928. It’s an important road link for the transport of passengers and freight but is one of the deadliest roads in Western NSW, claiming 27 lives between 2012-2017.