The Webb bridge, one of the many bridges that cross the Yarra River. This one is located on the southern end of the Docklands.
The bridge was designed with Aboriginal fishing baskets, fishing traps and drums in mind, along with the winding flow of the Yarra River itself.
The Lower Yarra River on both the South and North banks continue to be built up with brand new developments, revitalising this part of Melbourne. Although there is continuing controversy, certainly here there have been benefits in terms of employment and new spaces for the public to live and enjoy.
The bridge was designed by Robert Owen, distinguished Melbourne artist and Architects Denton Corker Marshall.
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Main Photo: Webb Bridge for Pedestrians at the Docklands, Melbourne Australia.
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Photo: Another View of the Webb Bridge