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Encyclopedia > New Zealand State Highway network
The New Zealand State Highway Shield.
A typical New Zealand State Highway junction sign: State Highways 1 and 85 meet in Palmerston, Otago
A typical New Zealand State Highway junction sign: State Highways 1 and 85 meet in Palmerston, Otago

The New Zealand State Highway network consists of just under 100 roads in both the North and South Islands, administered by Transit New Zealand. The open-road speed limit is generally 100 km/h, with reductions in built-up areas and for safety reasons. Image File history File links State_Highway_1_NZ.svg‎ I, the creator of this work, hereby grant the permission to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1. ... Image File history File links State_Highway_1_NZ.svg‎ I, the creator of this work, hereby grant the permission to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... Image File history File links A typical New Zealand state highway junction, at Palmerston, Otago File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Image File history File links A typical New Zealand state highway junction, at Palmerston, Otago File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Panorama of the view from Puketapu Cairn overlooking Palmerston Puketapu dominates Palmerston, New Zealand The town of Palmerston, in New Zealands South Island lies 50 kilometres to the north of the city of Dunedin. ... North Island The North Island is one of the two main islands of New Zealand, the other being the South Island. ... The South Island The South Island is the larger of the two major islands of New Zealand, the other being the more populous North Island. ... Transit New Zealand is a state owned entity which is responsible for New Zealands state highway motorway system (about 12% of New Zealands roads). ... Kilometre per hour (American spelling: kilometer per hour) is a unit of both speed (scalar) and velocity (vector). ...


The highways were originally designated using a two-tier system, national (SH 1-8) and provincial, with national highways having a higher standard and funding priorities. Now all are state highways, and the network consists of SH 1 running the length of both main islands, SH 2-5, 10-58 in the North Island, and SH 6-8, 60-99 in the South Island, numbered approximately north to south. Former provincial highways are almost grouped by province in the South Island, with SH 7x in Canterbury, SH 8x Otago and SH 9x Southland.


State highways are marked by red shield-shaped signs with white numbering (shields for the former provincial highways were blue). Road maps usually number state highways in this fashion.


From 2004 information, the busiest stretch of SH 1 was just south of the Auckland Central Motorway Junction, with over 190,000 vehicles (either way) each day. The least busy parts of the network (excluding off-ramps and on-ramps) are on SH 43 north-east of Whangamomona, with fewer than 150 vehicles (counting both directions) in a day. Some of the lesser trafficked highways still include unsealed sections. The Whangamomona (39°8. ...

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History of State Highways

In the early days all roads were managed by local roads boards. The idea of a national network of highways did not emerge until the early twentieth century, when a series of pieces of legislation was passed to allow for the designation of main highways (in 1922) and state highways (in 1936). This saw the National Roads Board, an arm of the Ministry of Works, responsible for the state highway network.


Since 1989, state highways have been the responsibility of Transit New Zealand, a Crown entity. In 1996 the funding of the network was removed from the operational functions with the creation of Transfund New Zealand, which has since merged with the Land Transport Safety Authority to create Land Transport New Zealand. This is intended to ensure that funding of state highways is considered on a similar basis to funding for local roads and regional council subsidised public transport. Transit New Zealand is a state owned entity which is responsible for New Zealands state highway motorway system (about 12% of New Zealands roads). ...

State Highway 1 crosses the Waikouaiti River in Otago, 667.0 kilometres from Picton
State Highway 1 crosses the Waikouaiti River in Otago, 667.0 kilometres from Picton

Every five years Transit New Zealand embarks on a state highway review, which considered whether the existing network should be expanded or reduced, according to traffic flows, changes in industry, tourism and development. Highways around Tauranga and in the Napier/Hastings region have undergone major changes in recent years. Image File history File links Waikouaiti River Bridge, New Zealand File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Image File history File links Waikouaiti River Bridge, New Zealand File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... State Highway 1 crosses the Waikouaiti River between Waikouaiti and Karitane The Waikouaiti River is found to the north of Dunedin in Otago, New Zealand. ... Otago (help· info) is one of the regions of New Zealand and lies in the south-east of the South Island. ... A view of the harbour in Picton. ... Tauranga (population 109,100 — 2006 census) is the largest city of the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. ... The T & G Building (Atkin & Mitchell, Wellington, 1936) Napier (Ahuriri in Māori) is an important port city in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. ... Hastings is the administrative centre of the Hastings District in the Hawkes Bay Region of the North Island of New Zealand. ...


Distance markers

State highways are marked with posts at irregular intervals giving the distance in kilometres from the start of the highway. Until recently, all bridges on the network had at each end a small plaque showing the distance from the start of the highway, usually in the form of a number in kilometres, an oblique stroke, and a further number in kilometres, accurate to the nearest 10 metres. A plaque marked 237/14.12, for example, indicated that the bridge was 14.12 km past a set distance post, that post being 237 km from the start of the highway. In about 2004 these plaques were replaced by a new system, which gives each bridge a single number showing the distance from the start of the highway in hundreds of metres. Under the new system the bridge above would be numbered 2511, as it is 251.1 km from the start of the highway. Motorway on- and off-ramps are numbered using the same system.


In this way, travellers can accurately assess their location, and road authorities can identify each bridge uniquely.


Usually, houses with RAPID numbering can also be used to determine the position. For example, house number is 31530 is 315.3 km from the start of the highway. However, this only works if the road is addressed as a State Highway (e.g., 97863 State Highway 2, RD 1, Wellington).

State Highway 1
State Highway 1

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State Highway 1

State Highway 1 can be considered as a single highway running the length of both main islands, broken in the middle by the ferry connection at Cook Strait. It connects the five largest urban areas and includes the country's busiest stretch of road. State Highway 1 State Highway 1 is the most significant single element of the New Zealand roading network State Highway 1 can be considered as a single highway running the length of both main islands, a total of 2027 km. ... A view of from the summit of Mount Victoria, Wellington - Cook Strait stretches to the right (west). ...


Touring Routes

In addition to State Highways, Transit New Zealand maintains Touring Routes along state highways designed for tourists.[1] These include:

  • Twin Coast Discovery Highway - ring route around the Auckland and Northland regions
  • Pacific Coast Highway - route going around the north-east coast of the North Island, joining Auckland and Napier
  • Thermal Explorer Highway - route going from Auckland to Napier through the geothermally active centre of the North Island
  • Alpine Pacific Triangle - a triangular loop including sections of SH 1, 7 and 70 linking the popular destinations of Hanmer Springs, Kaikoura and Waipara.
  • Foothills Scenic Route - formerly SH 72, this road goes from Amberley (or Woodend) to Winchester (near Timaru). This road goes between the Canterbury Plains and the Southern Alps
  • Great Alpine Highway - Highway 73 going from Christchurch in Canterbury over the Southern Alps via Arthurs Pass to Kumara Junction on the West Coast. Will start in the near future.
  • Southern Scenic Route - Route going along the southern coast of the South Island from Dunedin via the Catlins, Invercargill and Riverton to Te Anau.

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List of current New Zealand State Highways

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National

No. From To Via Length (km) Notes
1N Cape Reinga Wellington International Airport Kaitaia, Whangarei, Auckland, Hamilton, Taupo, Wellington 1106 Named SH 1 on maps and signs. SH 1N is used in official documentation.
1S Picton Ferry Terminal Bluff Blenheim, Kaikoura, Christchurch, Timaru, Dunedin, Gore, Invercargill 940.7 Named SH 1 on maps and signs. SH 1S is used in official documentation.
1A Orewa SH 1 at Silverdale 5.5 SH 1 Northern Motorway extension
This is a temporary designation - it is likely to be removed and the road revert to normal road once motorway extension is completed, forecast for 2009
1B SH 1 at Taupiri SH 1 at Cambridge Gordonton 45.2 Eastern bypass of Hamilton
This is temporary, and will be removed upon completion of the Waikato Expressway section of SH 1.[citation needed]
2 SH 1 at Pokeno Junction (45 km south of Auckland) SH 1 at Ngauranga Interchange (5 km north of Wellington) Tauranga, Gisborne, Napier, Hastings, Woodville, Masterton, Hutt Valley 968 A small 7 km section is not assigned between central Hastings and SH 50A at Pakipaki.
2A SH 2 at Tauranga Tauranga Harbour Bridge 4.6
2B SH 2 at Napier Airport SH 50 at Taradale 4.1 Northern part of Hawke's Bay Expressway
3 SH 1 at Hamilton SH 2 at Woodville New Plymouth, Wanganui, Palmerston North 489.1
3A SH 3 near Waitara SH 3 at Inglewood 15.6 New Plymouth Bypass
4 SH 3 at Eight Mile Junction (11 km south of Te Kuiti) SH 3 at Wanganui Taumarunui, Raetihi 236.5
5 SH 1 at Tirau SH 2 at Napier Rotorua and Taupo 247.4
6 SH 1 at Blenheim SH 1 at Invercargill Nelson, Westport, Greymouth, Hokitika, Wanaka, Queenstown 1162.2 The longest state highway
6A SH 6 at Frankton Queenstown 6.9
7 SH 1 at Waipara (60 km north of Christchurch) SH 6 at Greymouth Lewis Pass 272.4
7A SH 7 at Waiau Bridge Hanmer Springs 9.4
8 SH 1 at Timaru SH 1 at Milton Twizel, Cromwell, Alexandra 456.7
8A SH 6 at Luggate SH 8 at Tarras 21 Northern route crossing Lake Dunstan
8B SH 8 at Deadmans Point SH6 at Cromwell 2.6 Southern route crossing Lake Dunstan
  • There is no SH 9

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Hamilton (Kirikiriroa in Māori) is the centre of New Zealands fourth largest urban area, and is the countrys seventh largest city. ... Taupo (Māori pronunciation - IPA: ) is a small urban area in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand. ... For the first Duke of Wellington, see Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington. ... State Highway 1 State Highway 1 is the most significant single element of the New Zealand roading network State Highway 1 can be considered as a single highway running the length of both main islands, a total of 2027 km. ... Picton can refer to: Picton, New Zealand Picton, Australia Picton, Cheshire, England This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Bluff is a town and seaport in the Southland region, on the southern coast of the South Island of New Zealand. ... 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Hamilton (Kirikiriroa in Māori) is the centre of New Zealands fourth largest urban area, and is the countrys seventh largest city. ... Ngauranga is a suburb of New Zealands capital city, Wellington, in the lower North Island. ... Tauranga (population 109,100 — 2006 census) is the largest city of the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. ... For other uses of Gisborne see Gisborne (disambiguation). ... The T & G Building (Atkin & Mitchell, Wellington, 1936) Napier (Ahuriri in Māori) is an important port city in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. ... Hastings is the administrative centre of the Hastings District in the Hawkes Bay Region of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Woodville is a small town in the southern North Island of New Zealand. ... Masterton is a town (and local government district) in the Wellington region of New Zealand. ... The Hutt Valley is the large area of fairly flat land in the Hutt River valley in the Wellington Region of New Zealand. ... 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The 45 metre high Wind Wand on the New Plymouth waterfront New Plymouth is the port and main city in the Taranaki region on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Wanganui   is an urban area and district on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Palmerston North (Māori: ) is the main city of the Manawatu-Wanganui region of the North Island of New Zealand. ... The name of Waitara is in the New Zealand Maori language and the settlements in Australia were named from the township of Waitara, New Zealand. ... A view of Inglewood from Lincoln Road, entering the town. ... The 45 metre high Wind Wand on the New Plymouth waterfront New Plymouth is the port and main city in the Taranaki region on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Te Kuiti viewed from the south-west as SH3 climbs out of the town. ... Wanganui   is an urban area and district on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Taumarunui 38°53. ... Raetihi is a town in the central North Island of New Zealand. ... The Big Sheep Wool Gallery, Tirau NZ Main Road, Tirau Tirau is a small town of approximately 800 people in the Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand, 50 kilometres southeast of Hamilton. ... The T & G Building (Atkin & Mitchell, Wellington, 1936) Napier (Ahuriri in Māori) is an important port city in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. ... Rotorua is a city located on the southern shore of Lake Rotorua in the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Taupo (Māori pronunciation - IPA: ) is a small urban area in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Blenheim is a town in Marlborough, in the north east of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Cnr of Esk and Dee Streets, looking up Esk st, one of the main shopping streets of Invercargill. ... The City of Nelson is situated very close to the centre of New Zealand. ... Westport is a town in the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Greymouth is the largest town in the West Coast region on the South Island of New Zealand, and the seat of the Grey District Council. ... Hokitika is a township on the West Coast of New Zealand, 38 kilometres south of Greymouth, and close to the mouth of the Hokitika River. ... Wanaka is a town in the Central Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Queenstown is a resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealands South Island. ... Frankton is a settlement close to the town of Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Queenstown is a resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealands South Island. ... ... Christchurch (Māori: ) is the regional capital of Canterbury, New Zealand. ... Greymouth is the largest town in the West Coast region on the South Island of New Zealand, and the seat of the Grey District Council. ... The Lewis Pass is a mountain pass in the South Island of New Zealand. ... 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North Island

No. From To Via Length (km) Notes
10 SH 1 at Pakaraka (14 km north of Kawakawa) Awanui Kaeo 103.8
11 SH 1 at Kawakawa SH10 at Puketona Junction Paihia 34
12 SH 1 at Ohaeawai (79 km south of Kaitaia) SH 1 at Brynderwyn (28 km north of Wellsford) Kaikohe, Waipoua Forest, Dargaville 217.8
14 SH 1 at Whangarei Dargaville 54.6
15A SH1 at Ruakaka Marsden Point 9.0 Access to New Zealand's oil refinery
16 Port of Auckland SH 1 at Wellsford Helensville 107.5 Including the Northwestern Motorway in Auckland
17 SH 1 at Silverdale SH 1 at Albany 17.5 Was part of SH 1 before it was superseded by an extension to the Auckland Northern Motorway.
18 SH 1 at Upper Harbour Highway interchange SH 16 at Massey 14.0 redesignated from Riverhead Road further north. Motorway section from Albany Highway to Massey, running parallel to the existing state highway is under construction
20 Hillsborough SH 1 Manukau interchange at Wiri 17.7 Will eventually bypass Manukau city centre and link to Northwestern Motorway (projected completion 2012)
20A SH 20 south of Walmsley Road interchange Auckland International Airport 5.0
20B SH 20 at Puhinui Road interchange Auckland International Airport 4.0 Eastern Access to Auckland Airport
21 SH 1 5 km south of Hamilton SH 3 5 km south of Hamilton Hamilton Airport and Mystery Creek 6.7
22 SH 1 at Drury Waikato River bridge Pukekohe 12.9 the continuation south to SH 23 near Raglan has had its State Highway designation revoked
23 SH 1 at Hamilton Raglan 42.7
24 Matamata SH 29 near Te Poi 13 km
25 SH 2 3 km north of Mangatarata Waihi Thames, Coromandel, Whitianga and Whangamata 233.9
25A SH 25 at Kopu (6 km south of Thames) SH 25 at Hikuai 28.2 Shortcut across Coromandel Peninsula
26 Hamilton SH 25 at Kopu, (6 km south of Thames) Morrinsville, Te Aroha and Paeroa 96.2
27 SH 2 at Mangatarata SH 1 at Tirau Matamata 92.4
28 SH 1 at Putaruru SH 29 near Te Poi 20.8
29 SH 1 12 km north of Tirau Mount Maunganui Tauranga 64.7 Crosses the Kaimai Range
30 SH 3 at Te Kuiti Whakatane Mangakino and Rotorua 219
30A SH 5 west of central Rotorua SH 30 at Te Ngae Rotorua Central 3.6
31 SH 3 at Otorohanga Kawhia 56.4 14 km is a joint designation with SH 39.
32 SH 1 at Tokoroa SH 41 at Kuratau Junction 96 Route tranverses western side of Lake Taupo
33 SH 2 at Paengaroa (9 km south-east of Te Puke) SH 30 at Te Ngae 35.6
34 SH 2 near Edgecumbe SH 30 Kawerau 25.2
35 SH 2 at Opotiki Gisborne East Cape 334 New Zealand longest two-digit state highway
36 SH 2 at Tauranga SH 5 at Rotorua 48.0 Tauranga Direct Road
37 SH 3 at Hangatiki Waitomo Caves 7.3
38 SH 5 near Waiotapu SH 2 at Wairoa Te Urewera National Park and Lake Waikaremoana 120.9 Middle section is unsealed, and not designated a State Highway
39 SH 1 at Ngaruawahia SH 3 at Otorohanga. Pirongia 56.9 The western bypass of Hamilton. The last 14 km from junction of the Kawhia road to Otorohanga is a joint designation with SH 31.
41 SH 4 at Manunui(6 km west of Taumarunui) SH 1 at Turangi 58.6
43 SH 3 at Stratford SH 4 at Taumarunui Whangamomona 148.7 The Forgotten World Highway, approx 40 km unsealed
44 SH 3 at New Plymouth Port Taranaki 5.2
45 SH 3 at New Plymouth SH 3 at Hawera Opunake 104.6 The Surf Highway
46 SH 1 at Rangipo SH 47 near Papakai 19.1
47 SH 4 at National Park SH 41 3 km north of Turangi 46.4
48 SH 47 9 km from National Park Whakapapa village, 6.8
49 SH 4 at Tohunga Junction SH 1 at Waiouru Ohakune 36.2
50 SH 2 at Napier SH 2 near Takapau 94.4 inland route
50A SH 50 10 km from Napier Pakipaki, 7 km from Hastings Flaxmere 17.4 Hawke's Bay Expressway
53 SH 2 at Featherston Martinborough 17.8 This breaks markedly with the general north-south pattern of the numbering, being some 200 km south of SH 54 and having the southernmost endpoints of North Island State Highways other than SH 1 and 2
54 SH 3 near Palmerston North SH 1 at Vinegar Hill Feilding 56.5
56 SH 57 at Makerua Palmerston North Manawatu River west bank 22.9
57 SH 1 2 km south of Levin SH 3 at Ashhurst (the western end of the Manawatu Gorge) via Shannon 63.5
58 SH 1 at Paremata (near Porirua) SH 2 at Haywards 15.3 Connects the Hutt Valley with Porirua

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Hastings is the administrative centre of the Hastings District in the Hawkes Bay Region of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Featherston is a town in the south of the North Island of New Zealand, east of Wellington, just east of the Rimutaka Tunnel, in the South Wairarapa District. ... Martinborough is the name of a town in South Wairarapa, a district in the Wellington region on the North Island of New Zealand. ... Palmerston North (Māori: ) is the main city of the Manawatu-Wanganui region of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Feilding is a town in the Manawatu-Wanganui region of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Levin is a town in the North Island of New Zealand. ... The Manawatu Gorge (in Maori Te Apiti, meaning The Narrow Passage) runs between the Ruahine and Tararua Ranges of the North Island of New Zealand, linking the Manawatu and Hawkes Bay regions. ... Shannon is a small town in the Manawatu-Wanganui region of New Zealands North Island. ... Porirua is a city in New Zealand, 20 km north of Wellington. ...

South Island

No. From To Via Length (km) Notes
60 Collingwood SH 6 near Richmond Motueka and Takaka, 116
62 SH 1 at Spring Creek SH 6 2 km North of Renwick, 13
63 SH 6 Renwick SH 6 at Kawatiri Junction Wairau Valley, Saint Arnaud 117
65 SH 7 at Springs Junction SH 6 11 km west of Murchison, 71
67 Westport 4 km past Summerlea, Waimangaroa, Granity, Hector/Ngakawau 52 Continues for a further 44 km to Karamea without State Highway designation.
67A SH 67 at Westport Cape Foulwind Carters Beach 9
69 Inangahua Junction Reefton 33
71 SH 1 at Kaiapoi Interchange Rangiora Lineside Rd 6
73 SH 74 at the Tunnel Rd/Port Hills Rd interchange, Christchurch SH 6 at Kumara Junction Darfield, Springfield, Porters Pass, Arthur's Pass and Kumara 231 Great Alpine Highway
73A Carmen/Main South Rds, Christchurch Blenheim/Curtletts Rds 6 Originally part of SH1, then SH 73 until January 2004
74 SH 1 at Belfast Lyttelton Lyttelton Road Tunnel. 22 As of January 2004 the route now follows the eastern part of the Christchurch Ring Road.
74A SH73 at Brougham St/Garlands/Opawa Rds, Christchurch SH 74 at Palinurus/Dyers Rds Garlands Rd, Rutherford St and Palinurus Rd. 2 Part of the Christchurch Ring Road
75 SH 73 near Hillmorton, Christchurch Akaroa, Tai Tapu, Little River and Duvauchelle 77 Goes to Banks Peninsula
77 SH 1 at Ashburton SH 73 at Darfield Methven and Glentunnel 94 Encompasses part of Inland Scenic Route 72
78 SH 1 at Timaru Port Loop Road 0.8 This is the shortest NZ state highway and is completely within Timaru
79 SH 1 at Rangitata SH 8 at Fairlie Geraldine 61
80 SH 8 at Pukaki Dam Mount Cook Village Glentanner 52
82 SH 1 near Hook (Cup and Saucer Junction) Kurow Waimate 71 North bank of the Waitaki River,
83 SH 1 at Pukeuri Junction SH 8 at Omarama Kurow, Otematata, Duntroon 109 South bank of the Waitaki River
84 SH 6 3 km east of Wanaka Wanaka 3 Originally part of SH 89 (Crown Range Road)
85 SH 1 at Palmerston Alexandra Ranfurly, Omakau 164 The Pigroot
86 SH 1 at Allanton Dunedin International Airport at Momona, 5
87 SH 1 at the Mosgiel Interchange SH 85 at Kyeburn Hyde, Middlemarch and Taieri valley, 114
88 SH 1 at Dunedin Port Chalmers 13
90 Raes Junction SH 1 at McNab 3 km east of Gore Tapanui 59
93 SH 1 at Clinton SH 1 at Mataura 43 Gore southern bypass
94 SH 1 at Gore Milford Sound Riversdale, Lumsden, Mossburn, Te Anau and the Homer Tunnel 254 Regarded as the most scenic road in New Zealand
95 SH 94 at Te Anau Manapouri 20
96 SH 1 at Mataura Ohai Hedgehope, Winton and Nightcaps 90
97 SH6 at Five Rivers SH 94 at Mossburn, 21 Shortcut between Queenstown and Fiordland
98 SH 6 at Lorneville SH 1 near Dacre, 22
99 SH 6 at Lorneville Road linking Te Anau with Clifden via Wallacetown, Riverton and Tuatapere 93

‹ The template below (Unit of length) is being considered for deletion. ... Collingwood is a town in the north-west corner of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Richmond is the seat of the Tasman District Council, located 13km south of Nelson in the South Island of New Zealand, close to the southern extremity of Tasman Bay. ... Motueka is a town in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Takaka is a small town situated at the southeastern end of Golden Bay, at the northern end of New Zealands South Island. ... Renwick is a small town in Marlborough, New Zealand. ... The Wairau River is one of the longer rivers in New Zealands South Island. ... Saint Arnaud is a small alpine village located in the north of New Zealands South Island. ... Murchison is a small town in the Tasman region of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Westport is a town in the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Summerlea is a lightly populated locality[1] on the West Coast of New Zealands South Island. ... Waimangaroa is a small town located on the West Coast of New Zealand. ... Granity is a small town on the West Coast of New Zealands South Island, located 30 kilometres north of Westport on the road to Karamea. ... See List of King Priams children Hector brought back to Troy. ... See List of King Priams children Hector brought back to Troy. ... Karamea ia a town on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Westport is a town in the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Cape Foulwind is a prominent headland on the West Coast of New Zealands South Island, overlooking the Tasman Sea. ... Inangahua Junction is a small town in the northwest of New Zealands South Island. ... The small town of Reefton is located in the west of New Zealands South Island, some 80 kilometres northeast of Greymouth, in the valley of the Inangahua River. ... Kaiapoi is a town in the Canterbury region of the South Island of New Zealand, located close to the mouth of the Waimakariri River, and approximately 17 kilometres north of Christchurch. ... Rangiora is a rural town in the South Island of New Zealand. ... The town of Kumara is located on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Darfield is a town in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Springfield is a small town in the province of Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand. ... Arthurs Pass Arthurs Pass is an alpine crossing of the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Kumara is the general Polynesian word for the sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas Kumara is also the name of a town on the West Coast of New Zealand Kumara or Kumaraswami is a name for Kartikeya, the Hindu god of war This is a disambiguation page &#8212; a navigational aid which... Belfast is a suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand. ... Lyttelton on a sunny day Lyttelton (43. ... For other uses, see Christchurch (disambiguation). ... A view of the Akaroa harbour. ... Little River may refer to: in Australia: Little River, Victoria. ... Ashburton is a town and district in the Canterbury region on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Darfield is a town in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Methven is a small town in the Canterbury region of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Glentunnel is a small village in the Selwyn District of the Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. ... Timaru is a major port city in the southern Canterbury region of New Zealand, located 160 kilometres south of Christchurch and about 200 kilometres north of Dunedin on the eastern Pacific coast of the South Island. ... Fairlie locomotive built for Burma Railways by the Vulcan Foundry Co. ... Geraldine is a town in the Canterbury region on the South Island of New Zealand. ... Lake Pukaki is the second largest of three roughly parallel alpine lakes running north-south along the northern edge of the Mackenzie Basin (the others are Lakes Tekapo and Ohau). ... Mount Cook Village is located on the southern slopes of New Zealands highest mountain, 12 kilometres south of Mount Cooks summit. ... Location of Kurow Kurow is a town in the Waitaki Valley in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Panorama of the view from the white horse overlooking Waimate township Waimate is a town and district in the South Island of New Zealand. ... The Waitaki River is a large river in the South Island of New Zealand, some 110 km long. ... Omarama is a small township (population <400) at the junction of State Highways 8 and 83, near the southern end of the Mackenzie Basin, in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Location of Kurow Kurow is a town in the Waitaki Valley in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Otematata is a village in the Waitaki District of North Otago in New Zealands South Island. ... Duntroon is a small farming town in the North Otago region of New Zealands South Island. ... The Waitaki River is a large river in the South Island of New Zealand, some 110 km long. ... Wanaka is a town in the Central Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Wanaka is a town in the Central Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Panorama of the view from Puketapu Cairn overlooking Palmerston Puketapu dominates Palmerston, New Zealand The town of Palmerston, in New Zealands South Island lies 50 kilometres to the north of the city of Dunedin. ... Alexandra is a town in the Central Otago district of the Otago region of New Zealand. ... Ranfurly is the largest settlement in the Maniototo district of Otago, New Zealand. ... Allanton is a small town in Otago, New Zealand, located some 20 kilometres southwest of Dunedin on State Highway 1. ... Dunedin International Airport is small but pleasantly situated Dunedin International Airport (IATA: DUD, ICAO: NZDN) is an international airport in the Otago province of the South Island of New Zealand, serving Dunedin and the Otago and Southland regions. ... Momona is a small town in New Zealands South Island. ... Panorama of the view from the summit of Flagstaff Hill, Dunedin. ... Hyde is a locality in Otago, New Zealand, located in the Strath-Taieri. ... Middlemarch is a small town (population 300) within the limits of Dunedin city. ... The Taieri River is the fourth longest river in New Zealand, and is located in Otago in the countrys South Island. ... Dunedin (ÅŒtepoti in Maori) is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and the principal city of the region of Otago. ... Panorama overlooking the Port. ... Raes Junction in New Zealand is located at the intersection of State Highways 8 and 90, in the lower South Island. ... Gore is a town and surrounding borough in the South Island of New Zealand. ... The picturesque town of Tapanui lies in West Otago in New Zealands South Island, close to the boundary with Southland region. ... Gore is a town and surrounding borough in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Panorama of Milford Sound on a beautiful day. ... Lumsden is a town in Southland, New Zealand. ... Mossburn is a small town in the western Southland Region of New Zealand, south of Queenstown and east of Te Anau. ... On Lake Te Anau Te Anau is a town in wide range of accommodation, with over 3000 beds available in summer. ... Cars waiting for green light outside Homer Tunnel The Homer Tunnel is a road tunnel in Fiordland, South Island, New Zealand linking Milford Sound to Te Anau and Queenstown. ... On Lake Te Anau Te Anau is a town in wide range of accommodation, with over 3000 beds available in summer. ... Manapouri is a small town in Southland, in the southwest corner of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Mataura is a town in the Southland region of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Ohai is a town in the Southland Region of New Zealands South Island. ... Hedgehope is a village in the central Southland region of New Zealands South Island. ... Winton is a town in Southland, New Zealand. ... Nightcaps is a town in the Southland Region of New Zealands South Island. ... On Lake Te Anau Te Anau is a town in wide range of accommodation, with over 3000 beds available in summer. ... Riverton is a small town at the bottom of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Tuatapere is a small town in Southland, New Zealand. ...

List of former New Zealand State Highways

The following state highways have been officially revoked by Transit New Zealand. After revocation, the roads revert to their original names (e.g. Crown Range Road) or are referred to as a route (e.g. Route 52).

  • SH 15 SH 1 at Whangarei to port of Whangarei, 4 km
  • SH 40 SH 3 at Ahititi to SH 4 at Maungatupoto via Ohura, 90 km
  • SH 47A SH 1 at Rangipo to SH 47 near Papakai, 19 km. This route is now known as State Highway 46.
  • SH 49A SH 49 at Ohakune to SH 4 at Raehiti, 9 km
  • SH 52 SH 2 at Waipukurau to SH 2 at Masterton via Pongaroa, 215 km
  • SH 57A ran from SH 57 near Massey University to SH 3 at the west end of the Manawatu Gorge when SH 57 ran into Palmerston North Central, now part of SH57.
  • SH 61 Motueka to SH 6 at Kohatu Junction, 58 km
  • SH 70 SH 1 4 km south of Kaikoura to SH 7 at Red Post Junction (2 km north of Culverden) via Waiau, 97 km
  • SH 72 SH 1 near Rangiora to SH 1 at Temuka via the Waimakariri and Rakaia Gorges (SH 77 now covers part of this route). This route is now known as the Inland Scenic Route.
  • SH 89 SH 6 near Arrowtown to Wanaka via Cardona, 53 km. This route is known as the Crown Range Road.
  • SH 91 SH 1 at Balclutha to Kaitangata, later part of SH 92, 13 km
  • SH 92 SH 1 at Balclutha to SH 1 at Invercargill via Owaka, 176 km. This route is known as The Catlins Route (part of the Southern Coastal Scenic Route).

Rangipo Desert is a barren desert-like environment in New Zealand, located on the North Island Volcanic Plateau to the east of the three active peaks of Mount Tongariro, Mount Ngauruhoe, and Mount Ruapehu, and to the west of the Kaimanawa Range. ... Ohakune is a town in the North Island of New Zealand. ... Waipukurau is the largest town in the Central Hawkes Bay District on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Masterton is a town (and local government district) in the Wellington region of New Zealand. ... The small township of Pongaroa lies in The Wairarapa, in the southeast of the North Island of New Zealand. ... Motueka is a town in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Kaikoura is a town on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Culverden is a small town in the Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. ... Waiau is the name of a small town in north Canterbury, in the South Island of New Zealand. ... Temuka and the Opihi River. ... The Waimakariri Gorge is located on the Waimakariri River in inland Canterbury in New Zealands South Island. ... The Rakaia Gorge is located on the Rakaia River in inland Canterbury in New Zealands South Island. ... Arrowtown is a historic gold mining town in the Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Cardrona is the name of a locality, skifield and beer in New Zealand. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Looking across the Clutha towards the town centre. ... Kaitangata is small town near the coast of South Otago in New Zealand. ... Looking across the Clutha towards the town centre. ... Cnr of Esk and Dee Streets, looking up Esk st, one of the main shopping streets of Invercargill. ... Owaka is a small town in Otago, in the southern South Island of New Zealand. ... The Catlins (sometimes referred to as The Catlins Coast) is an area in the southeastern corner of the South Island of New Zealand. ...

See also

This is a list of towns in New Zealand. ... The following is a list of the names of the main streets of New Zealands cities, and of the larger towns in New Zealand known unofficially as cities (see List of cities in New Zealand for explanation). ... The Great South Road was the earliest highway between Auckland and Wellington, in the North Island of New Zealand. ... List of articles related to roads and highways around the world. ...

External links

  • Transit NZ

References

  1. ^ Touring Route Signing Policy (PDF). Transit NZ (1999-10-19). Retrieved on 2007-07-09.
  2. ^ http://www.transit.govt.nz/about/faqs/SH-numbers-list.pdf

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