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Pyrmont Bridge

A historic swing bridge in Sydney, Australia, providing pedestrian access between Darling Harbour and the CBD, opened in 1902.

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Over 100 years old and mostly made of Australian ironbark timber, Pyrmont Bridge is part of Sydney’s engineering heritage. It’s one of the oldest bridges of its type in the world. Pyrmont Bridge’s wingspan, that rises for tall boats to pass underneath, still works. You’re now one of around 14,000 people who cross each day!

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Pyrmont Bridge Articles

  • Sydney City Tour: The Best Tour for Cyclists

    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, […]