Map of Burke Developmental Road, QLD

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The Burke Developmental Road is a sealed and an unsealed road in Queensland. It goes from near Cloncurry to Dimbulah.

The Burke Developmental Road's highest elevation along its length is 645m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 1.8m (highlight point | zoom to point).

The Burke Developmental Road connects with the Barkly Highway, the Blackdown Bullimba Road, the Burketown Normanton Road, the Flinders Highway, the Gulf Developmental Road, the Herberton - Petford Road, the Karumba Developmental Road, the Kowanyama Road, the Mareeba Dimbulah Road, the Mount Mulligan Road, the Palmerville Road, the Sedan Dip Road, the Torwood Road and the Wills Developmental Road.

Towns, villages and localities on the Burke Developmental Road include Ginburra (highlight), Naraku (highlight), Normanton (highlight), Mungana (highlight), Almaden (highlight), Chillagoe (highlight) and Dimbulah (highlight).

The Burke Developmental Road is highlighted in yellow on the map below.

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The point highlighted (17 39.621' S 141 06.064' E) has an estimated altitude of 2m above sea level. This point is approximately 36.1km southeast from the coastline of Queensland.
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