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This is a superb relic of days of old … it's made from native bush timbers and is one of the longest and highest remaining examples of a timber trestle bridge in Victoria. When you follow the sign to arrive at it... you simply stand...More
We called in here on our back to Lakes Entrance from Buchan Caves. Glad we did! Although the construction is a great example of what our forefathers achieved in the early 1900's, it is unfortunate that it is badly deteriorating, however, still worthy of a...More
We had been here a few years back but was pleased to see that it was being better looked after now. When there last you could walk under it but now it is all landscaped with native plants. There has been picnic tables added near...More
Being a Victorian Railways fanatic I had to visit this bridge, one of the largest trestle ever built by the railways. A shame you cannot walk across at this stage. It would be great to see it restored. Well worth a quick detour if driving...More
We had been planning to walk from Nowa Nowa, but the rain persisted and got heavier. The walk would have made the visit perfect.
Access by road is via a well maintained all-weather track only a couple of kms off the A1 if you are...More