Hampden Bridge In Kangaroo Valley

Approaching Kangaroo Valley we crossed this impressive and beautiful bridge.

Hampden Bridge is a heritage-listed single-span suspension bridge that carries Moss Vale Road across the Kangaroo River, in Kangaroo Valley, in the City of Shoalhaven local government area of New South Wales, Australia. The bridge was designed by Ernest de Burgh and built by Loveridge and Hudson. 

The bridge was opened on 19 May 1898 and built by Thomas Loveridge and Herbert Hudson

Some beautiful local Silo art alongside the bridge

Even some local pavement art

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