Friday, 14 November 2014


Webb Bridge (or Web Bridge) is a walkway/cycleway across the Yarra River from the southside housing developments to the northside entertainment, shopping and dining venues at the Melbourne Docklands. It's an interesting, unique-looking bridge which is part of a Melbourne public art project.

Webb Bridge was designed to represent a Koori (Australian aboriginal) eel trap. The bridge reused the remaining sections of the disused Webb Rail Bridge. But because the framework of the bridge does look like a mesh or web, the name Web Bridge may become the more common appellation.

Crossing Webb Bridge from the Yarra River southside area known as Yarra's Edge brings you to Docklands Park on the north side and thence to Victoria Harbour Promenade, Harbour Esplanade with Etihad Stadium on the right, and on to NewQuay and Waterfront City on the north side of Victoria Harbour.

This post is part of the Skywatch Friday meme.


  1. Very nice images of a very interesting structure. Have a blessed Skywatch Friday.

  2. Wow .... I would like to Travel there and see this really! Fantastic to representing.

  3. I like that spider web view of the sky!!

  4. Fabulous scenes and such clear pix. You make me want to jump on a plane and see all this for myself. Fat chance.


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