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The A1 Bruce Highway is a 1,700km road stretching from Cairns to Brisbane along Australia's east coast. The road is mostly two lanes with some sections of three lanes. There are also some areas with four lanes. The surface of the road is mostly asphalt with some sections of concrete. The speed limit is generally 100km/h, though this can vary depending on the area. The road is generally in good condition and well maintained, however, some sections can be a bit rough due to poor drainage and potholes. There are also some sections of narrow lanes and winding curves.
The A1 Bruce Highway from Cairns to Brisbane experiences a tropical climate with warm, humid weather all year round. In summer (December to February) temperatures range from a high of around 31°C to a low of 20°C, with occasional higher temperatures. Rainfall during this period is usually around 140mm. In autumn (March to May), temperatures range from a high of around 30°C to a low of 17°C and rainfall usually decreases to around 70mm. During winter (June to August), temperatures range from a high of around 27°C to a low of 13°C and rainfall usually decreases further to around 40mm. In spring (September to November), temperatures range from a high of around 29°C to a low of 16°C and rainfall increases to around 90mm.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for A1 Bruce Highway.