Goldfields Highway is a generally northwest-southeast highway in central Western Australia which links the Great Northern Highway at Meekatharra with Coolgardie-Esperance Highway south of Kalgoorlie. The highway is approximately 797 kilometres in length, and is designated as Alternate National Route 94 from Kalgoorlie to Coolgardie-Esperance Highway.
The completed sealing of the road linking Geraldton in the Mid-West with Leonora through Mullewa, Yalgoo, Mt. Magnet, Leinster and Sandstone, then linking to Kalgoorlie via the Goldfields Highway, has resulted in an increase in visitor traffic to the North East Goldfields. The Goldfields Highway's highest elevation along its length is 597m.
The township of Leonora, 235km north of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, is the hub between the west coast, the North East Goldfields and the region south.