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The Monaro Highway is a sealed road in New South Wales, Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory. It goes from Cann River in Victoria to Woolshed Creek Geological Monument in the Australian Capital Territory.
The Monaro Highway's highest elevation along its length is 1120m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 93.8m (highlight point | zoom to point).
The Monaro Highway connects with the Buldah Road, Canberra Avenue, the Cathcart Road, the Cooma Road, the Dairy Road, the Delegate Road, Hindmarsh Drive, Isabella Drive, Johnson Drive, Lanyon Drive, the Maffra Road, the Monaro Highway - Dairy Road, Morshead Drive, Newcastle Street, Pialligo Avenue, the Princes Highway, the Reed Bed Road, the Snowy Mountains Highway, the Snowy Mountains Highway, the Snowy River Way, the Tamboon Road and the West Cann Road.
Towns, villages and localities on the Monaro Highway include Cann River (highlight), Weeragua (highlight), Chandlers Creek (highlight), Bombala (highlight), Bibbenluke (highlight), Ando (highlight), Cooma (highlight) and Williamsdale (highlight).
The Monaro Highway is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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