Is the road from Kempsey to Armidale sealed?
The road between Kempsey nsw and Armidale nsw is a road that is over 100 years old and link between two major NSW regional towns. The road is the last link from the coast to the tablelands not sealed so it needs constant grading by both Kempsey and Armidale councils to keep it safe for all users.
Is the Armidale to Kempsey road open?
The Armidale-Kempsey Road is now open to the public, after safety improvement works were undertaken to rectify storm and flood damage that stemmed from the weather events in December last year. While the road is open to the general public, only light four-wheel-drives are permitted.
Is the Armidale Road sealed?
The Armidale Road is a sealed road in New South Wales. It goes from near Nymboida to South Grafton. The Armidale Road’s highest elevation along its length is 293m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 5.74m (highlight point | zoom to point).
Is the Armidale Grafton road open?
Armidale Rd is open, with restrictions due to damaged infrastructure: Weight limit 8T and length restriction of 6m.
Is the Gwydir Highway suitable for caravans?
Crossing the Great Dividing Range, the Gwydir Highway includes tight bends and long climbs (which are RV friendly) along with a load of stop-offs in scenic country towns, as well as Washpool National Park and Raspberry Lookout, with a fabulous view across the surrounding gorge country.
Is Waterfall Way suitable for caravans?
Caravans do use this road, much to the frustration of regular travellers because there are few passing lanes between Urunga and Armidale. Going West up the Dorrigo Mountain (about 13km) is a steep pull but doable, while going east down the Dorrigo Mountain should be handled with caution due to corners and steepness.
What is the road like between Armidale and Grafton?
The entire drive from Armidale to Grafton is 200 kilometres, with a short section still unsealed. The stretch from Ebor to Nymboida is particularly picturesque, though you’ll have to keep your wits about you with all those turns. By the time you cross the Nymboida River you’ll be needing a break.
Is the Clyde Mountain road open?
The Kings Highway at Clyde Mountain will be closed to all transport customers, including freight. Transport for NSW will continue to keep our stakeholders informed of project progress and any changes to the closure schedule.
Is Crescent Head still isolated?
Floodwaters have completely cut off the village of Crescent Head and hundreds of locals are now isolated.