Anzac Bridge

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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia20,364 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023
Dedicated to the serviceman and woman of the military, is this impressive concrete structure, probably not a stand alone attraction however, worth a look.
Written 6 July 2023
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Dan L
Bunbury, Australia7,762 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022
Crossed the bridge as we headed to the Blue Mountains, our driver telling us that the bridge was toll free but might change in the not too distant future. Unfortunately, we couldn't stop to view the monuments at either end. Impressive construction, spanning Johnstone Bay, and the longest cable-stayed span bridge in Australia. Opened in 1995.
Written 25 December 2022
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom10,615 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2022
This is not the Harbour Bridge so few tourists will seek it out unless they have a lot of time on their hands.
Opened in 1995, the ANZAC Bridge is a modern 8-lane cable bridge with a 345 metre span and leads from the CBD to the Inner West and northern suburbs.
From a distance, it’s very striking but unless you are walking or cycling across it, you won’t see much the detail.
The details that are worth seeing are the two 4m tall bronze statues of WWI ANZAC soldiers, one at either end of the bridge.
The NZ soldier stands on the city side and the Australian at the other end. A handful of sand from Gallipoli (Turkey) rests under the foot of the Aussie digger. It’s a very moving way to remember those who fell and were buried at the Gallipoli Battlefield. 8700 Australians and 2779 New Zealanders lost their lives in the disastrous Gallipoli campaign. This amounted to about a sixth of all those who landed on the peninsula.
We recently viewed the Anzac Bridge from the Glebe Foreshore Walking Trail. Whilst you cannot see the soldiers from this distance, it is a great point from which to see not just the Anzac Bridge but also the old Glebe Island Bridge (built 1890) and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. From here, you can see all 3 bridges lined up together. The metal and steel span of the Anzac Bridge towers over the historic Glebe Island Swing Bridge below and in the background, is the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It makes an excellent photo.
Written 8 March 2022
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AndyJohn74
Sans Souci, Australia4,716 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2021
Opened in 1995, the ANZAC Bridge links Pyrmont and Glebe Island. it is an eight lane bridge with a pedestrian path for those to walk across. There are two large statues at the end of the bridge commemorating the ANZAC spirit. One of an Australian and one of a New Zealand soldier.
Written 16 August 2021
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Teresa C
Metro Manila, Philippines1,531 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2021
A grand design that is worth walking across and viewing. Memorial to fallen soldiers is suitably humble, yet fitting as reminder for those who gave their lives.
Written 15 August 2021
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Ed D
Swansea, UK610 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
Always wanted to walk this bridge but never on previous trips to Sydney got the opportunity until now. Not one of the great bridges of the world but nonetheless an important one and a fitting memorial to the anzac troops who gave so much in gallipoli.
Written 8 February 2020
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Culinary-Consultants
Ferrara, Italy3,745 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
This day was very nice and sunny and we were already leaving Sydney after a wonderful stay there. Although our passing through the bridge was swift and brief we found out that this bridge was formerly the Glebe Island Bridge.

Then on Remembrance Day, 11 November 1998, the New South Wales Government bestowed the bridge to the New South Wales Returned Serviceman’s League for re-naming as ‘The ANZAC Bridge’ as a memorial to members from both sides of the Tasman who formed the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps - the ANZACs.

The monument located at the western end of the bridge is of an Australian soldier, and on the eastern end of the bridge is a monument of a New Zealand soldier. A handful of sand from Gallipoli rests under the foot of the digger as a permanent connection with comrades who fell and remain at the Gallipoli Battlefield in Turkey.

The four meter bronze statue of an Australian World War One Digger was placed on the western end monument on the 25th April 2000. The statue of the New Zealand soldier was officially dedicated on the 27th April 2008.

We did not missed whilst passing these details, but we shall have spent a bit more time I accept.

Nonetheless for those who would like to give themselves the time to check out the Anzac Bridge here I leave you with its coordinates for easy reach. As follows:

Located at Western Distributor Freeway, Rozelle, 2039 in Sydney NSW.
Lat: -33.867778 | Long: 151.181389.

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Written 6 February 2020
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nick164
Sydney, Australia2,380 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
Whilst not as impressive as Sydney Harbour Bridge, it's still an enjoyable walk across. I'd recommend taking the foreshore walk around Blackwattle Bay and Glebe and then walk back across the bridge for some great views of the city.
Written 23 October 2019
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kmalmberg1
Verona, WI1,215 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019 • Solo
I crossed this bridge as I was on my way to the fabric store Material Obsession. It’s a great bridge with a great view of the Harbour Bridge.
Written 15 September 2019
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AussieRicho1
Wollongong, Australia1,742 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Couples
My wife and I visited the Fish Market via small rail and saw the beautiful Anzac Bridge in the background. Looks awesome within the skyline.
Written 14 July 2019
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