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Visited the Sea Cliff Bridge on our way between Sydney and Canberra. We were lucky that we got a park right near the southern end of the bridge and went for a walk along. The water is stunning and clear!!
An amazing piece of engineering!!
This place has an amazing view. I live near here and never miss an opportunity to drive over the water and look out to sea which just brings peace and harmony into your body.
It does get busy on a weekend and during the hot...More
We drove across the bridge first, parked the car on the southern side and walked back across via the footpath. Great views of the coastline and rocks below. You can still see the old road hugging the cliff-face that caused all the delays prior to...More
This bridge is amazing. Goes straight out from the cliffs. Great views of the cliffs, water and below
Worth a walk, a decent walk but truly amazing. Parking is available either side of the bridge. North side only on side streets though.
Views are great...More
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Hi we (the girls) went by train and the guys went buy car. We got of at coal cliff station, don't forget to tap off when you get off the train, because once you have crossed the bridge, there isn't a tap off the other side... More
Hi we (the girls) went by train and the guys went buy car. We got of at coal cliff station, don't forget to tap off when you get off the train, because once you have crossed the bridge, there isn't a tap off the other side! We had to go back over the bridge!! There's a lot of step going from the platform, and over the bridge and then down another set of steps . We had a baby in a pram, so was quite an effort. It took us about five minutes to walk to the picnics site by the beach and about another five mins to the start of the bridge. It's a beautiful walk and well worth the trip.