Road Photos & Information: Victoria
    Henty Highway (A/B200)

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Route Numbering:

General Information:

Henty Highway is a rural highway in country Victoria. It's primarily a north-south route, and consists of a mix of 2 laned country highway standard and 4 lane arterial road within some of the larger towns along the route.

Multiplexes along the route include:

History:

Click here for images dating back to when the route was State Route 107.

Portland to Lascelles
(Northbound)
  Lascells to Portland
(Southbound)
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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Mt Bainbridge Road in Hamilton approaching the roundabout with Mt Bainbridge Road, Kenny Street, and Glenelg Highway (B160), October 2006. This is where the B160 duplex starts.

Image © Rob Tilley

  Mooralla Area:
Henty Hwy as it heads southbound through the Grampians National Park at Mooralla, with the Grampians mountain range on the left of shot. October 2006. The Grampians named in 1836 by Surveyor General of New South Wales Sir Thomas Mitchell after the Grampian Mountains in his native Scotland, but are also known by the name Gariwerd, from one of the local Australian Aboriginal languages.

Image © Rob Tilley

Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign in Hamilton at the roundabout with Mt Bainbridge Road, Kenny Street, and Glenelg Highway (B160), October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

  Barker & Scott Streets:
ID sign on the corner of Barker St and Scott St (C188) (Penshurst-Dunkeld Rd) in Cavendish, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

Advance Directional Sign:
Looking northwest near Young Street in Hamilton at the AD approaching the A200 / B160 split. October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

  Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign in Hamilton at the roundabout with Mt Bainbridge Road, Kenny Street, and Glenelg Highway (B160), October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign on the corner of Henty Hwy (A200) and Glenelg Hwy (B160) in Hamilton, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Distance Sign:
Northbound RD sign as you leave Hamilton, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign in Cavendish on Henty Hwy (A200) approaching the intersection with Barker St and Penshurst-Dunkeld Rd (Scott St). October 2006. This is where the C188 duplex begins.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Barker & Scott Streets:
ID sign on the corner of Barker St and Scott St (C188) (Penshurst-Dunkeld Rd) in Cavendish, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign in Cavendish approaching the intersection wth Natmiluk-Hamilton Rd (C188), October 2006. This intersection is where the duplex with C188 ends.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Natmiluk-Hamilton Rd Intersection:
Northbound on the corner of Henty Hwy (A200) and Natmiluk-Hamilton Rd (C188) in Cavendish, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Distance Sign:
Reassurance directional sign as you leave the town of Cavendish, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Distance Sign:
Northbound RD sign in Mooralla in the Grampians National Park, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Cambells Lane & Brimpaen-Laharum Road:
Henty Hwy in Brimpaen approaching the intersection with Campbells Ln & Brimpaen-Laharum Rd, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Distance Sign:
RD sign in Brimpaen after the intersection with Campbells Ln & Brimpaen-Laharum Rd, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Henty Hwy in Wonwondah approaching the intersection with Toolondo Road and Northeast Wonwondah Road, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Distance Sign:
RD sign on Henty Hwy in Wonwondah after the intersection with Toolondo Road and Northeast Wonwondah Road, October 2006.

Image © Rob Tilley

     
Advance Directional Sign:
Northbound in Horsham approaching the intersection with Golf Course Road and Western Highway (NH-A8), October 2006. This is where the route number changes from A200 to B200, and also where the NH-A8 duplex begins.

Image © Rob Tilley

     

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