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The A20 Princes Highway is a 2,150 km long highway stretching from Sydney to Adelaide in Australia. The road is generally in good condition, with two lanes for most of the route. The surface is mostly asphalt and is in good repair, with some sections of gravel and dirt road. Average speed limits range from 70 to 100 km/h, depending on the terrain, and the route is generally free of any major obstacles. There are some steep grades, especially in the hilly terrain between Sydney and Canberra, and the winding roads through the Blue Mountains are some of the most spectacular sections of the route. Most of the route is well marked and signposted, with plenty of rest stops and petrol stations along the way.
The A20 Princes Highway is known for its temperate climate and mild weather. During the summer months (December to February), temperatures typically range from 14-25 degrees Celsius with occasional days reaching up to 30 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is fairly light throughout the summer, with an average of 25-50mm of rain per month. In autumn (March to May), temperatures drop to 11-21 degrees Celsius with an average of 60-80mm of rain per month. During winter (June to August), temperatures range from 8-15 degrees Celsius with an average of 80-100mm of rain per month. Spring (September to November) brings temperatures of 11-22 degrees Celsius with an average of 40-60mm of rain per month.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for A20 Princes Highway.