State Highway 75 (New Zealand)
State Highway 75 (SH 75) is a state highway in New Zealand servicing the Banks Peninsula region, connecting Christchurch on the northwestern part of the peninsula with Akaroa towards the east coast. It is wholly two lane (with the exception of some passing lanes near Hilltop), but partially functions as a major arterial corridor of Christchurch. Its highest point is at Hilltop, where it rises to about 555 m - just 8 m lower than the more mountainous Haast Pass in the Southern Alps.
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|Maintained by NZ Transport Agency|
|Length||76.9 km (47.8 mi)|
|Northwest end||SH 73 (Curletts Road)/ SH 76 (Christchurch Southern Motorway) at Christchurch|
|Southeast end||Woodills Road at Akaroa|
|Halswell, Tai Tapu, Motukarara, Birdling's Flat, Little River, Cooptown, Duvauchelle, Takamatua|