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Section 14—overview

Overview of multi-combination routes for heavy vehicles accessing Northern District, Peninsula District, Cairns and Mt Garnet.

Routes include: Ingham, Forest Beach, Lucinda, Cardwell, Kennedy, Tully, El Arish, Mission Beach, Bingil Bay, South Johnstone, Mourilyan, Innisfail, Babinda, Gordonvale, Cairns, Port Douglas, Mossman, Millaa Millaa, Ravenshoe, Mt Garnet, Mt Surprise, Einasleigh, Georgetown, Forsayth, Malanda, Herbertson, Atherton, Kairi, Tolga, Mareeba, Mount Molloy, Mount Carbine, Dimbulah, Petford, Lappa, Chillagoe, Mungana, Wrotham Park, Gamboola, Bruce Highway, Palmerston Highway, Captain Cook Highway, Kennedy Highway, Davidson Road, Jarra Creek Road, Jack Evans Drive, East Evelyn Road, Mossman Mount Molloy Road, Peninsula Developmental Road, Mount Garnet Road, Herberton Petford Road, Gulf Developmental Road, Kennedy Developmental Road, Gulf Developmental Road, Gregory Developmental Road, Burke Developmental Road, Ootann Road and Mount Garnet Road Train Pad.

Please note Road train and B-double heavy vehicles must not use: . Herberton Petford Road from Burke Developmental Road to Herberton. . Kennedy Highway from Tolga to Mt Garnet via Ravenshoe. . Gregory Developmental Road from Gulf Developmental Road to Einasleigh. . Kennedy Highway from Cairns to Mareeba.

Please note Road train heavy vehicles must not use: . Kennedy Highway from Mareeba to Tolga.

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6 June 2019
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Transport and Main Roads, Queensland Government, Multi-combination vehicle routes—Section 14, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 04 June 2020


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