Australia New South Wales
A cable-stayed bridge spanning Johnstons Bay, connecting Pyrmont and Glebe Island in Sydney, with memorials honoring Australian & NZ Army Corps.
Tips from the community
You’re staying firmly above water as you cross over Johnstons Bay, on the Anzac Bridge
this time. Its name pays homage to the brave men of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, who fought in World War I. While cruising through, keep an eye out for the statues of soldiers at either end and try to guess which one is Aussie and which is Kiwi?)
5 years ago
Anzac Bridge Articles
One of the best ways to explore Sydney is on a bike. On two wheels, you can peek into the hidden nooks and crannies of the city and find some of its best treasures. This cycling Sydney city tour took me bridge-hopping past playthings of the rich and famous, transported me to quirky one-of-a-kind stores, […]