Major highways

Being at the convergence of three major highways offers a substantial locational advantage.

Australia’s premier road corridor, the Pacific Hwy is the key road transport network linking the Clarence Valley north to Queensland and south to Sydney. It also forms part of National Route 1, a nationally identified road corridor from Brisbane to Adelaide.

The Summerland Wy is an inland network that provides an alternative highway route between Brisbane, Casino, Grafton and Coffs Harbour.

The Gwydir Hwy is an east-west corridor that links the inland plains to the Clarence via the New England region.