Mandjoogoordap Drive

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Mandjoogoordap Drive

General information
Type Highway
Length6.3 km (3.9 mi)
OpenedOctober 2010
Route number(s) Australian state route 19.svg State Route 19
Major junctions
North endAustralian state route 2.svg Kwinana Freeway (State Route 2), Stake Hill
South endAustralian national route 1.svg Mandurah Road, (National Route 1), Mandurah
Highway system

Mandjoogoordap Drive, meaning "meeting place of the heart" in the indigenous Noongar language, is a 6.3-kilometre (3.9 mi) dual carriageway road which links the Western Australian city of Mandurah to the Kwinana Freeway. [1] It was officially opened on 7 October 2010. The road was known as Mandurah Entrance Road during its construction and is usually referred to as the Mandurah Link. Approximately 3.8 kilometres (2.4 mi) of the Mandurah line is located in its median strip. [2]

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Interchanges and intersections

LGALocationkmmiDestinationsNotes
Mandurah Lakelands, Parklands 00.0Australian state route 2.svg Kwinana Freeway (State Route 2)  Perth, Bunbury Dogbone interchange, Kwinana Freeway free-flowing. Northern terminus; continues north-east as Lymon Road, providing access to Stake Hill
0.60.37Lilydale Drive  Lakelands T junction
Greenfields 5.53.4Dubarda Link  Greenfields LILO T junction (eastbound access only); access to Murdoch University and South Metropolitan TAFE Mandurah campuses
6.33.9Australian national route 1.svg Mandurah Road north-west bound / Kirkpatrick Drive eastbound  Rockingham, Mandurah Roundabout; southern terminus, continues south as Mandurah Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Future extensions

The Department of Transport in Western Australia has indicated that when Tonkin Highway is extended to Pinjarra, Mandjoogoordap Drive will be extended east from its current terminus at Kwinana Freeway to meet it. [3]

See also

Australia road sign W5-29.svg   Australian Roadsportal

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References

  1. "New name for entrance road". Mandurah Mail. 28 January 2012. Archived from the original on 15 April 2011. Retrieved 4 April 2013.
  2. "Google Maps". Google.
  3. "Perth and Peel @ 3.5 million".

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