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Security fence around construction site in April 2020
|Locale||Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
|Other name(s)||Queen’s Wharf Bridge|
|Design||Steel Suspension bridge|
|Total length||270 metres (890 ft)|
|Height||mast 77 metres (253 ft)|
|Clearance below||11.4 metres (37 ft)-12.7 metres (42 ft) from high water level to the bridge deck|
|Engineering design by||Grimshaw Architects/WSP|
The Neville Bonner Bridge is a proposed pedestrian bridge across the Brisbane River in Brisbane, Australia. The bridge will connect the suburb of South Bank with the Brisbane CBD. The bridge is named after Neville Bonner AO, Australia’s first Indigenous member of the Parliament of Australia; ironically, the bridge will be white. The design concept for the bridge, by Grimshaw Architects, is an arch and single mast suspension bridge supported by one mid-river pier. A large observation deck will be located in the centre of the bridge.
- Length: 270 metres (890 feet)
- Mast Height: 77 metres (253 feet)
- Height: Clearance for River Vessels 11.4 to 12.7 metres (37 to 42 feet) from high water level to the bridge deck (same height as Victoria and Captain Cook bridges)
The bridge is part of the proposed Queen's Wharf development in Brisbane city centre.
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