Matagarup Bridge

Matagarup Bridge

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The 370 metre long Matagarup Bridge opened in July 2018 and has been a vital link connecting the Burswood Peninsula to East Perth and the CBD ever since. The bridge design symbolises a ‘coming together of diverse cultures’. The flowing arches can represent a pair of black and white swans or the Wagyl, a water-serpent of great importance to local Noongar culture.

More than just a pedestrian bridge, Matagarup Bridge is a tourist attraction in its own right. Soon be home to a zip line and bridge climb experience, there is also feature lighting on the arches illuminating the bridge throughout the year.

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