Landsborough Highway is the principal north-south route serving western Queensland, Australia. It’s named after William Landsborough. It’s one of the Australian longest roads.
The road is 1.049 km (652 mi) long and links Morven to Cloncurry. The whole journey is sealed but with many sections of substandard width and quality which can be driven along by all vehicle types. It is also flood-prone with lengthy closures during floods. There can be animals on the road. The journey requires planning and careful preparation. Driving at night is best avoided. Mobile phone coverage along the route is varied. Torrential rainfall between November and May. At some locations, it is not unusual for the road to be underneath metres of water. Weather conditions will change substantially from start to finish.
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