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New South Wales

The Mona Vale Road is an arterial road in the north- east of the Sydney metropolitan area in the east of the Australian state of New South Wales. It connects the Pacific Highway in the northern suburb of Pymble with the Pittwater Road in Mona Vale. The Mona Vale Road is part of the Metroad 3, to the southwest on the Ryde Road, the Lane Cove Road, the Devlin Street, Church Street, Concord Road, the Homebush Bay Drive, Centenary Drive, the Roberts Road, the Wiley Avenue and finally the King Georges Road continues. Together, they make up a Western clasp around the city of Sydney.


At the junction with the Pacific Highway (Met -1) coming from the southwest Ryde Road becomes Mona Vale Road, which will travel to the northeast. Due to the suburb of St Ives it leads out of the city and on the border between the Garigal National Park and Ku-ring -gai Chase National Park Ingleside.

In Mona Vale, the road reaches its end point at the Pittwater Road (Met -10). From there, the Barrenjoey Road ( S14) continues along the coast to the northeast.


Steve Parish: Australian Touring Atlas. Steve Parish Publishing. Archerfield QLD 2007 ISBN. 978-1-74193-232-4. p. 22

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