Bridges over the Brisbane River

Bridges Over The Brisbane River

Bridges over the Brisbane River

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The Brisbane River, running through Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, is crossed by sixteen major bridges, from the Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges downsteam to the Centenary upsteam. The river meanders through an urban area that comprises 1.8 million people.

There are two smaller crossings in the west of Brisbane City in the suburb of Mount Crosby: the Mount Crosby Weir, and Colleges Crossing (which straddles the boundary between Brisbane and Ipswich).

Major bridges


Future bridges

In 2007 the Smart State Council announced plans for a series of new green mode bridges for Brisbane. New bridges include a connection from Margaret Street near the Stock Exchange in the City to Thornton Street, Kangaroo Point. From Cairns Street Kangaroo Point a new bridge will connect to the end of the floating riverwalk at Merthyr Road, New Farm. And from Merthyr Road, Teneriffe a new bridge will connect to Hardcaste Park, Hawthorne (near Lindsay Street). These new bridges will create a greenway corridor over 5 green bridges from Morningside, through Hawthorne, Teneriffe, New Farm, Kangaroo Point, City, Northbank, South Bank, Dutton Park and Boggo Road to the University of Queensland.

Cross river tunnels

The Clem Jones Tunnel is currently the only cross river tunnel built in Brisbane. It opened on 16 March 2010.

Crossings between the Centenary Bridge and Wivenhoe Dam

In addition to the existing bridges between Centenary Bridge and Wivenhoe Dam a number of...
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