A woman driving an allegedly stolen car led officers on a high-speed chase at up to 190km/h on the Hume Highway, police say.
The 33-year-old Victorian woman was arrested after a 38 kilometre chase from Goulburn to Collector on Sunday and refused bail, NSW police said in a statement.
A pursuit was initiated after officers attempted to pull over the driver, who was travelling south on the highway, near the South Goulburn exit. The chase ended when the car came to a stop in a truck parking bay just south of Collector.
The car was unable to be driven further after police successfully deployed tyre deflation devices at the Hume Highway and Federal Highway intersection.
Police allege the woman was driving on a suspended license, and the car had been reported stolen from Victoria on Saturday.
A large amount of cannabis was found in a search of the car.
The woman and her passenger were taken to Goulburn Police Station and the driver had multiple charges brought against her.
She was refused bail and was expected to appear in Goulburn Local Court on Monday. The passenger has been released pending further inquiries.