It's been a couple of years since I first visited this historic site, a once proud achievement of the local timber industry and workers whereby they felled one tree and created a river crossing using the trunk as the main bridging structure on which a deck was built. This was eventually replaced and relocated to a nearby clearing, fenced off and left to rot away in contemptof the history it represents.
The site is overgrown, poorly maintained (if at all) and the decking has collapsed. I took visiting friends to see this recently and was appalled at the decline in the past 2 years, and embarrassed at offering it up as a tourist attraction to those friends. In the interim, a suspension walking bridge has been installed beside the traffic bridge and as part of the Bibbulmun Track and Munda Biddi Trail and this is a wonderful addition for all, not just ardent walkers. What a pity that some extra effort isn't being given to the One Tree Bridge itself, but I fear it's too late.
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