Jim Vouden, Australia
made for the book: One Minute on Earth 2014
The Sea Cliff Bridge is a balanced cantilever bridge located just a little North of Wollongong in New South Wales, Australia. The $52 million bridge links the coastal villages of Coalcliff and Clifton. Featuring two lanes of traffic, a cycleway and a walkway, the Sea Cliff Bridge boasts spectacular views and is a feature of the scenic Lawrence Hargrave Drive.
The Sea Cliff Bridge replaced a section of Lawrence Hargrave Drive that was permanently closed in August 2003 due to regular rock falls. The bridge was officially on 11 December 2005.
The Sea Cliff Bridge was named by 11 Year old schoolgirl Makenzie Russell following a naming competition opened to local primary school students.
It is a popular location for Love padlocks.
The Sea Cliff Bridge is one of only seven off-shore parallel to coast bridges in the world.
Woolongong is the 10th Largest City in Australia
I took the photos from the ruins of the old road, the fence was fairly easy to climb over and when I got there it was too dark to read the "Keep Out" and "Danger" warning signs. The Sunrise time we had been given for the shoot for the Eastern Australian region was excellent.
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Copyright : Jim Vouden
Taken : June 22, 2014, 6:59 am
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Category : Seascapes
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