Saturday, 10 April 2010

Woronora River Bridge

The graceful Woronora Bridge in southern Sydney helps link the southern most residential area of the city, the Sutherland Shire, with the western suburbs. The Woronora River is a tributary of the Georges River. The "line" down the middle of the second photo is not a fault, but a piece of fishing line caught in the casuarina tree by the river bank.

Can you see the suspended walkway under the bridge? There are impressive views from there, which I'll go back to visit another day!

If you're interested in the engineering of this bridge, see here. It was opened in February 2001.


  1. Hi Sally looks like you had a good day, weather was great for this. I was just checking if you went to the Tempe House open day today as you have a lot of information and photos from the Tempe House area.
    Aparently it'll be open tomorrow as well, hopefully you can go tomorrow as I would like to see your photos! I took some but don't think they'll come out as good as yours!

    Thank you so much for posting all the historical information about Spark and Tempe House, I have really enjoyed reading it all.
    All the best!

  2. is this bridge steel or concrete ?