You'll find the Sussex area in south central New Brunswick, on the east coast of Canada. New Brunswick is one
of the four Atlantic Provinces, and one of the three Maritime provinces.
The town of Sussex is an easy hour's drive from three of New Brunswick's major cities: Moncton (to the east), Saint John
(to the south) and Fredericton, the provincial capital, (to the west).
The town's latitude is 45 degrees, 45 mins, its longitude 65.50 degrees.
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Getting here is simple!
From the west, take the Trans Canada Highway (Route 2) to Exit 365, at the junction of Route 10. Follow
Route 10 just 35 km to get here.
From the St. Stephen/Calais, Maine, US border, follow Route 1 (Mackay Highway) east to Sussex. Exits
192-198 will take you into town.
From Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, follow the Trans Canada Highway (Route 2) to Exit 423, where
you will join Route 1. Exits 192-198 on Route 1 will take you into Sussex.
Or you can follow the Trans Canada Highway (Route 2) to Exit 365, at the junction of Route 10. Follow Route 10 just 35
km to get here.
The Bay of Fundy, that borders the Sussex region, is accessible from the Atlantic Ocean. From there, you may
sail on to the lower section of the St. John River (called North America's Rhine). Or you may choose to proceed
on to Chignecto Bay, which branches northeast off the Bay of Fundy. There, you can enjoy the renowned Fundy National Park.
The three cities of Moncton
, Saint John
bordering the Sussex region each have airports. International travelers can choose to fly into either Moncton
, Nova Scotia, just five hours away by car.