This Victoria Bridge connects Brisbane’s city centre with South Bank Park. This bridge pier is located in South Bank Park. There is a viewing platform above the pier to enjoy the scenery of the opposite bank and South Bank. There is an exhibition now, and close-up photography is open at the same time. The sign next to it has many explanations, which is worthy of careful taste. Especially when the sun sets, it is more suitable for taking pictures!
On the south side of the actual Victoria Bridge, an abutment of the second permanent bridge at the site was left as a cultural relic. The bridge was built of stone and iron and replaced Brisbane’s first and oldest bridge, which was destroyed by floods. Its own end point appeared in 1969, when it was demolished to make room for a real bridge due to the increase in traffic. The newest Victoria Bridge is open to motorists, pedestrians and cyclists and is illuminated at night. Since I walked, I prefer to use two pure pedestrian bridges on both sides: Kirulpa and Goodwill.