Feature Articles

Connecting Central Western NSW And Sydney

Connecting Sydney and the great expanse of Western NSW has been a human pursuit almost as old as the Blue Mountains itself. There is a crossing, followed by Archibald Bell with the guidance of the Darug people in 1823, that we now know as the Bells Line of Road. Bells...

For Whom The Road Tolls

The Susa-Babylon Highway in the Middle East in the 7th century BC is believed to have been the world’s first toll road. In Sydney we have been paying tolls since the early 1800’s when a toll was put on the South Creek at Windsor. Then in 1811, the first major toll...