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Baustralian Highway 500

Baustralian Highway 500 or the Randouler Highway, formerly the King's Highway is the first numbered national freeway in Baustralia. Starting at the Ontario—Mild Pond border, it goes through Wabasso into Saint George's. The route is generally north-south running, however tends to be very curvy. On 10 June 2020, with the advice of the Secretary of State for Routes, King John I announced the redesignation of the highway from King's Highway to Randouler Highway, in memory of Nicholas Randouler.

Baustralian Highway 500 shield Randouler Highway shield

Baustralian Highway 500
Randouler Highway
Route information
Maintained by Baustralian Ministry of Transportation
Length0.23 km (0.14 mi)
Existed2019–present
Major junctions
North endMild Pond 25.svg King's Road
South endPeterborough CR-4.svg Peterborough CR-4 near Douro-Dummer, CA
Highway system
Road 100Highway 501

Junctions

Municipality Distance Exit Destination Notes
Baustralia—Canada border 0.0 m   CR-4 — Douro-Dummer, Peterbourough Ontario road
Wabasso 64.3 m John Crossing (tolled)
69.9 m 1   Highway 26
Saint George's 212.4 m 2  Mild Pond Trail
237.9 m 3   Elizabeth Road
289.8 m 4   Highway 26
404.7 m 5  Princess of Wabasso Lane
649.7 m 6   King's Road