The Barossa Valley Highway (also known as Barossa Valley Way) is the main road linking most of the major towns of the Barossa Valley in South Australia. It is designated as highway B19. It is 34 km long, roughly following the North Para River from the Sturt Highway at Nuriootpa through Tanunda, Rowland Flat and Lyndoch to Gawler, where it again meets the Sturt Highway (almost - the Barossa Valley Highway approaches from the East and terminates in the main street, but the Sturt Highway bypasses the town to the West).
Australia Tender Notice: VicRoads Seeks "Pavement rehabilitation and stabilisation of sections of the Murray Valley Highway"
Sep 20, 2010; Victoria, Australia, Sept. 20 -- VicRoads is soliciting services for "Pavement rehabilitation and stabilisation of sections of...