Centre for Road Safety

19 September 2019

This is advanced notice of speed limit changes that will take effect within the next two weeks. Speed limits will not change until the new speed limit signs are installed. Please ensure that you always observe the posted speed limit signs on the road.

Road name From To Local Government Area Current speed limit km/h New speed limit km/h Reason for change
Glen Ora Road, Nabiac Pacific Highway End of Glen Ora Road Mid-Coast 100 80

This is a predominantly rural road with towns along its length. Previous crash history and the number of intersections and driveways have been taken into consideration. The speed limit change is expected to improve safety for residents and road users.

Osprey Place, Darawank West end of Osprey Place East end of Osprey Place Mid-Coast 100 50

This change applies the 50 km/h urban speed limit in accordance with NSW speed zoning guidelines. This is an urban road with numerous driveways and kerbside parking.

Glider Avenue, Darawank Serene Close Osprey Place Mid-Coast 100 50

This change applies the 50 km/h urban speed limit in accordance with NSW speed zoning guidelines. This is an urban road with numerous driveways and kerbside parking.

Serene Close, Darawank Aquatic Drive North end of Serene Close Mid-Coast 100 50

This change applies the 50 km/h urban speed limit in accordance with NSW speed zoning guidelines. This is an urban road with numerous driveways and kerbside parking.

Aquatic Drive, Darawank The Lakes Way Wallamba River Mid-Coast 100 50 This change applies the 50km/h urban speed limit in accordance with NSW speed zoning guidelines. This is an urban road with numerous driveways and kerbside parking.
Ton O Fun Road, Darawank The Lakes Way Wards Road Mid-Coast 60 50 This change applies the 50km/h urban speed limit in accordance with NSW speed zoning guidelines. This is an urban road with numerous driveways and kerbside parking.
Wards Road, Darawank Ton O Fun Road End of Wards Road Mid-Coast 100 50 This change applies the 50km/h urban speed limit in accordance with NSW speed zoning guidelines. This is an urban road with numerous driveways and kerbside parking.
The Lakes Way, Forster 150 metres south of Tea Tree Road 270 metres south of Tea Tree Road Mid-Coast 80 60

Extension of existing 60km/h zone to cover urban growth.