Tourist drive signs
Purpose: A tourist drive is a scenic drive or route that connects a number of tourist attractions. Tourist drive signs are brown with white writing or symbols.
Purpose: Kilometre plates show the distance to towns and cities. You will see these signs on arterial routes in built-up and rural areas. The letter is the first letter of the town or city. For example, W may stand for Warwick. Kilometre plates have white writing or symbols on a green background. The national sign (yellow writing on a green background) is a supplementary sign that identifies national routes.
Alphanumeric route numbers
Purpose: A yellow letter and number without a border or shield shows which numbered route the marked road is. These numbers may appear on a standalone sign or as part of a larger direction sign.