An artist's impression of the completed island and pedestrian bridge.

Bridge, public art shaping up at Elizabeth Quay

Construction and contracting firm Decmil Group will build the pedestrian bridge for the island at Elizabeth Quay, under a $19.9 million deal announced today, while the state government is also seeking


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Unfortunately the new bridge design does not allow for larger boats into the precinct due to being so low and not being able to open up. Only small pleasure craft will be able to access the Quay bringing fewer people per boat into the area which is a short sighted vision of the future.

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I agree the inlet is a lemon...we needed a bridge with 12 m water clearance at least to allow small yachts in. Imagine if Australia 2 was moored in there!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly maybe they could have made an underwater walk thru viewing tunnel instead of the bridge

Yes it was meant to be high enough to get a fly bridge cruiser under but is 200mm too low! Just crabbers now and of course the 'pedestrian' brige has become a short cut race way for cyclists. When they are asked politely to dismount by the volunteer guides, the guides just received a barrage of abuse. The quay is great but BAN THE BIKES!

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