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30 November 2017

Moona Moona before the bridge.

The photo shows the Moona Moona creek crossing before a timber bridge was built in the early 1940's. Before then you had to travel the long way around via Huskisson Road and the College road to reach Vincentia, or take a chance and ford the river.
The bridge that stands there now is a concrete single span, 8.2 m long x 9.7 m wide, built in 2003.

There are now plans before government to build a seperate shared predestrian/cyclist bridge over the creek.

Continue reading some other interesting history about Moona Moona Creek. Including information about the first timber constructed foot bridge built by locals.

Ethel Harrison,   on the first pedestrian Moona Moona creek crossing. built in 1926. Continue reading.


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