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Sydney ANZAC Bridge overview

The ANZAC Bridge was named as a memorial to members from both sides of the Tasman who formed the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps - the ANZACs.
Spanning Johnstons Bay, the ANZAC Bridge is one of Sydney's outstanding landmarks. Opened in December 1995, at a cost of $170 million, it provides a key link between Sydney City and the suburbs to the west.
The Anzac Bridge has a main span of 345m, and a total length of over 800m. From the two 120m high towers, 128 stay cables support the reinforced concrete deck. It is the longest cable-stayed span bridge in Australia
Sydney ANZAC Bridge overview

Sydney ANZAC Bridge overview

The ANZAC Bridge was named as a memorial to members from both sides of the Tasman who formed the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps - the ANZACs.
Spanning Johnstons Bay, the ANZAC Bridge is one of Sydney's outstanding landmarks. Opened in December 1995, at a cost of $170 million, it provides a key link between Sydney City and the suburbs to the west.
The Anzac Bridge has a main span of 345m, and a total length of over 800m. From the two 120m high towers, 128 stay cables support the reinforced concrete deck. It is the longest cable-stayed span bridge in Australia