Updated June 21, 2018 17:04:10 Roads can be a nightmare to repair.
While the cost of getting a broken road fixed is generally higher than other types of repairs, you might be surprised to find that repairing a road is not as expensive as you might expect.
Here are the most expensive repair bills in Australia: 1.
Mckinleysville Road, north-west Melbourne $3,400 A broken road is a very expensive thing to fix.
Mackinleys Road, which is part of the Mckinnonville Road project, will be closed from July 27.
It will also be closed on weekends, during peak periods and on major holidays.
The project is expected to cost around $1.4 million, and is expected cost around 1.2 million.
It is estimated to cost $2.5 million to repair a single section of the road.
Highway 7 at Bairnsdale, north of Melbourne $2,500 Highway 7, which runs along the Bairn’sdale and Mckinsdale roads, is expected be closed to traffic on July 27, 2019.
The state government says it will cost $3 million to maintain the section of highway that connects Mckensdale to the Minshull River, which flows into the Bay of Plenty.
It’s expected to be the worst road closure in recent years.
Mclaughlin Drive, Adelaide $1,400 Mcloughes Drive is a major artery in Adelaide, and will be temporarily closed from May 30 to June 1, 2019, with a toll of $100 for non-essential traffic.
A total of 16 lanes will be blocked at Mcloughans Drive from May 24 to June 4.
Highway 417 at Adelaide, north from Adelaide to Melbourne $1 $1 is the price of one-way traffic.
It starts at Adelaide and runs along Victoria Road to the River River Bridge.
It then continues north along the River Valley and connects with Highway 417.
The closure of the freeway to this stretch of Highway 417 will result in the closure of Highway 418, which has no tolls.
The price of the highway is estimated at $1 per kilometre.
The Humber River Bridge, Perth $1 The Humbug River Bridge is one of the most important bridges in the world.
It spans the Humber river, and spans the River to the Gold Coast, and between the Goldfields and the Goldfield Peninsula.
It was built in the mid-20th century, and was completed in the early 20th century.
It connects the Gold Fields with the Gold Country.
Highway 4, north Queensland $1 It’s a busy section of Highway 4 from Brisbane to the Wairarapa, and it will be a major road closure.
From April 10 to May 4, there will be an indefinite closure of highways and motorways across the state of Queensland.
It has a total cost of $1 billion.
Humburgh Road, North Queensland $7.8 million The Hump Road, between Brisbane and the Wailong, is the busiest section of road in Queensland, and its closure is expected on April 10 and 11.
The toll will be $7,8 million.
Highway 18, north eastern Queensland $3.6 million The Highway 18 from Queensland to the Kimberley will be shut from April 13 to May 2, 2019 and the toll will run from May 7 to May 15.
It consists of a two-lane highway that runs from a small town near the Kimber to the town of Kimberley.
Highway 6, north east Queensland $2 million Highway 6 will be the only road closure from May 1 to May 8, 2019 from Wollongong to the city of Townsville.
It runs along a two lane highway that crosses the Great Ocean Road.
Highway 5, northern Queensland $6.7 million Highway 5 will be suspended from May 31 to June 2, and from June 1 to June 3, 2019 at the entrance of the Wollongsbury to the north of the state.
It contains three lanes of road and carries an estimated 30,000 vehicles per day.
The road will be open from May 23 to June 6, 2019 for a total of 30,500 vehicles per week.
Highway 3, north western Queensland $8.6 Million The Highway 3 between Brisbane to Penrith, which connects the Brisbane to Brisbane Airport, will also remain closed on June 2 and 3, 2018.
It includes two lanes of traffic and is estimated by the Department of Infrastructure and Transport to cost more than $8 million to restore.
Highway 1, northern Western Australia $4.9 million Highway 1 runs from Brisbane’s northern suburbs, to the remote city of Mooloolaba.
It carries an average of more than 60,000 people per day, and the cost is estimated in excess of $4 million.
Highway 17, northern New South Wales