This stone arc bridge is the oldest bridge of the Australian continent as it was opened to the public in the year 1833. Those commuting through light motor vehicles, & bicycle can pass thro ugh the bridge. David Lennox crafted the bridge ages back. The single arc bridge is nine meters above from the sea level.
The bridge was closed for 18 years due to the illegal passing of the heavy vehicles through the bridge. After imposing a travel ban on the bridge in 1970s, the ban was lifted in the year 1982. This is the first of kind bridge in the New South Wales, Sydney. This bridge acts as the entry gate to the west from the capital city of the NSW.
David Lennox with this team of 20 unskilled laborers was given the task to design this bridge. He trained all of them and made this wonderful getaway that has become a landmark in the Australian history today. The construction of this bridge begun in October 1832 and the task was accomplished in July 1833.