Walcott Street

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Walcott Street

Walcott Street
General information
Type Road
Length3.9 km (2.4 mi) [1]
Opened1860s
Route number(s) Australian state route 75.svg State Route 75
Major junctions
Northwest endAustralian state route 75.svg Green Street (State Route 75), Joondanna
 
Southeast endAustralian state route 51.svg Guildford Road (north)/Lord Street (south) (State Route 51), Mount Lawley
Location(s)
Major suburbs Coolbinia, Menora, North Perth

Walcott Street is an important east-west road in the inner northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia, linking four of Perth's major northern road corridors (Charles Street, Alexander Drive, Beaufort Street and Guildford Road). It is a four-lane road for its entire length.

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References

  1. Google (9 November 2019). "Walcott Street" (Map). Google Maps . Google. Retrieved 9 November 2019.