... including targeted forecasts at the time of your arrival to each point!
The A39 Newell Highway is a well-maintained highway, with a total length of approximately 324 kilometers. The road is mostly two-lane divided, with a few sections of single lane in each direction. The surface of the highway is mostly asphalt, with some sections of bitumen. The speed limit is 110 km/h. The road is generally in good condition, with a few potholes and some areas of slight erosion. There are several rest stops along the route, with parking and toilets available. The scenery along the route is varied and quite pleasant.
The A39 Newell Highway from Tocumwal to Goondiwindi experiences a variety of weather conditions throughout the year. In summer (December to February), temperatures can reach up to 35 degrees Celsius and humidity levels can be high. The nights are typically cooler with temperatures dropping to around 10 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is usually low, however, thunderstorms and showers can occur.
In autumn (March to May), temperatures average between 15-25 degrees Celsius during the day, dropping to around 8 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall increases and there is an increased likelihood of thunderstorms and showers.
In winter (June to August), temperatures can drop to as low as 0 degrees Celsius, with an average of around 5-15 degrees Celsius during the day. Rainfall is highest during this season and there is an increased chance of frost and fog.
In spring (September to November), temperatures rise to around 15-25 degrees Celsius during the day, and drop to around 8 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall is typically low, but there is still a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for A39 Newell Highway.