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This bridge is for foot and cycle traffic only and provides a great link between the City and the cultural precinct at Southbank, in particular the State Library and the Gallery of Modern Art. The design reminds me of a dead cockroach lying on it's...More
Bridge that from the river and afar looks like the masts of sailing ships in the river. You walk across this bridge from downtown to get to the cultural precinct or to get Miramar Cruises to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.
Great way just to get out and walk and see the city of Brisbane. Take all the time you want and just enjoy the river and the amazing bridge. Once across the bridge enjoy the many restaurants for a local flare.
This is a pedestrian and bicycle bridge over the Brisbane River. The bridge is a multiple-mast, cable-stay structure which reminds me of sailing ship masks. The name of the bridge is Aboriginal and means the place of the Water Rats.
Often described as the knitting needle bridge, the Kurilpa bridge is one of the many bridges linking North and South sections of the Brisbane CBD. This pedestrian only bridge is constantly used by a stream of pedestrian and cyclists. It is well worth a visit...More