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If you have questions, please contact the Nest Team on Also in central Goulburn are two cathedrals, both of architectural note. A number of old houses and hotels are located near the railway station on Sloane Street. Gunning's 19th century main street was built very wide, for the time of horse and bullock-drawn wagons.

This served the town well when the main highway between Sydney and Melbourne carried cars and trucks through the town. This ceased when the bypass was completed on 5 April The town is now much quieter, and it has been able to resume a more rural pace of life.

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It has developed something of an industry in providing bed and breakfast accommodation. The recently built Gunning Wind Farm is located beside the highway, with its wind turbines providing a distinctive landmark. Yass has an historic main street , with well-preserved 19th century verandah-post pubs mostly converted to other uses. It is popular with tourists, some from Canberra and others taking a break from the Hume Highway.

Hamilton Hume's farm Cooma Cottage is located east of Yass, close to the intersection of the former routes of the Hume and Barton Highways. He lived there until his death in The Yass Bypass opened on 25 July The Hume Highway once passed through the village, but now bypasses it. This bypass was completed in two stages, the south stage opened on 18 February and the north stage opened on 11 July The kilometre 6. A statue with a souvenir shop next door was erected five miles eight kilometres from Gundagai. Snake Gully serves as a way station for many highway travellers.

Gundagai was bypassed on 25 March with the completion of the first Sheahan Bridge over the Murrumbidgee River. The original Sheahan Bridge was only one lane in each direction. The Prince Alfred Bridge , on the old route of the highway across the Murrumbidgee floodplain, is of major engineering interest, as it is one of Australia's longest timber trestle bridges, as is the adjacent railway bridge.

Gundagai was originally located on the river flats directly beside the Murrumbidgee River, but a disastrous flood in destroyed the town and drowned 89 people. The town was then relocated to its present position. A grade-separated interchange was completed at the intersection of the Highway and West Street in December The route of the highway between Tumblong and Tarcutta is the third route of the highway in this location. The original route led west from Tumblong along the Murrumbidgee River, before turning south over difficult country, crossing what is now the Sturt Highway and rejoining the current route of the highway as Lower Tarcutta Road.

This was replaced in December by the first Tumblong deviation, to the east of the current route. The main features of this section of the highway were a deep, narrow cutting and the reinforced concrete bowstring arch bridge over Hillas Creek. This bridge has been preserved as it is one of only two bridges in New South Wales built to this design, and is visible on the western side of the highway close to the interchange with the Snowy Mountains Highway.

The second and current deviation opened to traffic on 21 November Tarcutta is located almost exactly halfway between Sydney and Melbourne and has been a popular stopover and change-over point for truck drivers making their way between the two cities. There is a memorial to truck drivers who have died on the local stretch of the Hume Highway. It was near Tarcutta that the final section of the Hume Highway was sealed in Construction began on a 7-kilometre 4. The bypass, which passes west of the town, was opened to traffic on 15 November Holbrook was called Germanton until anti-German sentiment during World War 1 led to the town and the shire being renamed in honour of the wartime submarine captain, Lt Holbrook who was awarded the Victoria Cross.

This landmark was in recognition of the town's namesake's connections with submarines. Holbrook had the only set of traffic signals for pedestrians that remained on the Hume Highway between the Sydney Orbital and Melbourne 's Western Ring Road. Woomargama , is a village between Holbrook and Albury which acts as a local service centre for a rich woolgrowing area. The 9-kilometre 5. Table Top is a small town located approximately 16 kilometres 9. The road was diverted a much longer route to the northwest to allow the construction of the Hume Dam. Albury 's history is linked with the two famous Australian explorers, Hamilton Hume and William Hovell , as the city's location sprung from their crossing of the Murray River.

Albury, commonly associated with its Victorian twin, Wodonga , is one of the few rural Australian cities to experience a boom, mainly from industrialisation in recent times. The Albury bypass, was first proposed in but only opened on 6 March Following a series of announcements and changes of plans through the s, when Albury residents failed to agree on whether an 'internal' or 'external' bypass route was more appropriate, the 'internal bypass' option was chosen. Approval was granted in and construction, by Abigroup , [69] began in January The route is parallel to and on the eastern side of the Sydney—Melbourne railway, beginning at the railway overpass 10 kilometres 6.

After crossing the Murray River, the bypass crosses the railway to rejoin the previous highway at the southern end of the Lincoln Causeway, connecting to the Wodonga bypass.

Wangaratta is, after Wodonga, the largest centre in northeast Victoria, with a population of approximately 17, at the census. Hume and Hovell passed through this area on their expedition and the town was founded in when the surrounding area was opened for farming. The town was bypassed in Attractions include Merriwa Park, a sunken garden adjacent to the King River, Airworld at Wangaratta Airport, and old goldfield areas of nearby Beechworth and Chiltern.

Benalla is a large town located just off the Hume Freeway between Melbourne and Wangaratta. Founded in , growth was slow until a goldrush in the s. It had many associations with the Kelly gang and the courthouse was the venue for a number of their trials. Euroa is famous for a Ned Kelly bank robbery.

The town is located on the Seven Creeks and has pretty gardens and a number of attractive 19th century buildings. The Hume Highway bypass of Seymour opened in December Seymour remains on the M39 Goulburn Valley Highway. The town is in the rich Goulburn Valley which supports the local vineyards.

The large Puckapunyal military base is located west of Seymour.

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Once the centre of the bushranging area of Victoria, it has a museum which displays many period relics of that era. It was until the s a major railway maintenance centre, and part of the railway workshops now houses a railway museum. The museum's collection of rolling stock, including State carriages used by governors and monarchs, is extensive.

Works commenced in December and completion occurred in March , three months ahead of schedule. Prior to the opening of the Craigieburn Bypass in , the Hume Highway skirted Craigieburn the town centre was bypassed in the s. By , the Old Hume Highway Sydney Road section from Fawkner to Campbellfield was again becoming a bottleneck due to poor traffic signal coordination. There was some opposition for the bypass by several local governments in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, including the City of Darebin and the City of Moreland , as well as local environmental groups.

Their alternative proposal was rejected by the state government. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hume Highway. New South Wales. Border — Campbellfield. Main article: Hume Highway exits and interchanges. Main article: Camden. Main article: Mittagong. Main articles: Moss Vale and Sutton Forest. Main article: Berrima, New South Wales. Main article: Marulan. Main article: Towrang Convict Stockade. Main article: Goulburn. Main article: Gunning, New South Wales. Main article: Yass, New South Wales. Main article: Bookham, New South Wales.

Main article: Coolac. Main article: Gundagai.