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Tod Highway

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Tod Highway

Tod Highway is located in South Australia
North end
North end
South end
South end
General information
Length176 km (109 mi)[1]
Route number(s) B90 (1998–present)
Major junctions
North end Eyre Highway
Kyancutta, South Australia
  Birdseye Highway
South end Flinders Highway
Uley, South Australia
RegionEyre Western[2]
Major settlementsWarramboo, Lock, Karkoo, Yeelanna, Cummins, Edillilie, Wanilla
Highway system

Tod Highway is an important 177 kilometre highway serving South Australia's Eyre Peninsula's wheatbelt, and is designated route B90. It is named after Robert Tod who explored the area in 1839.[citation needed]


Tod Highway begins from Eyre Highway at Kyancutta and runs directly south, through Lock and Cummins to Flinders Highway, 25km west of Port Lincoln,[3] practically dividing the Eyre Peninsula right down the middle into eastern and western halves. The highway passes through wheat, barley, wool and livestock farms, and provides access to grain terminals in Port Lincoln.

Major intersections[edit]

WudinnaKyancutta00.0 Eyre Highway (A1) – Ceduna, Port AugustaNorthern terminus of highway and route B90
EllistonLock5434 Birdseye Highway (B91) – Elliston, Cleve, Cowell
Lower Eyre PeninsulaCummins13584Bratten Way – Tumby Bay, Mount Hope
Pearlah176109 Flinders Highway (B100) – Port Lincoln, Coffin BaySouthern terminus of highway and route B90
  •       Route transition

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c Google (30 May 2022). "Tod Highway" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 30 May 2022.
  2. ^ "Location SA Map viewer with regional layers". Government of South Australia. Retrieved 16 June 2022.
  3. ^ a b "Location SA Map viewer with suburb layers". Government of South Australia. Retrieved 16 June 2022.
  4. ^ "Location SA Map viewer with LGA layers". Government of South Australia. Retrieved 16 June 2022.