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Have lived in Tea Gardens for just over 2 years and recently moved to Hawks Nest within cooee of the Singing Bridge. It has now become our regular walk over the bridge to Tea Gardens. The views from the bridge are amazing and sunsets are spectacular. However today was the first time we heard it "singing" due to the high... 更多
The Singing Bridge spans the Myall River and links the twin towns of Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest. It is the only means of commuting between the towns other than by boat or swimming.The bridge was completed in 1974 and prior to its construction a vehicular punt took vehicles and passengers across the river, the old punt ramps are still... 更多
It sure beats swimming from Tea Gardens to Hawks Nest, apart from that I've never heard it sing whilst I’ve been crossing it, and I haven’t walked it so haven’t really seen the view. PS. Be careful, the whole area has a 50k speed limit and the radar sometimes sits on the Tea Gardens side of the bridge.
From the Bridge you get a fantastic view over the area and in a certain wind The Bridge sings it is also a great walk over to Hawks Nest which has a lovely village and a great Beach
The bridge is a beautiful bridge linking Tea Gardens to Hawks Nest...beautiful views of the Myall River and Hawks Nest as you walk over it. We were lucky enough to dolphins swimming under the bridge as we walked over.
We went to the Visitor Information Center where the gentleman who attended on us was most surprised that we wanted to see the Singing Bridge. He informed us that the bridge sang when heavy winds caused the railings to sing out a rhythm. We were advised to walk across the bridge, although one has the option of going across by... 更多
The Tourist literature states that it is a short walk across the bridge from Tea Gardens to Hawks Nest. Be wary and take a bottle of water with you, and allow at least 45 minutes round trip, particularly if it is a hot day.
The bridge joins the twin towns of Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest. If you're really lucky, you'll see dolphins passing by in the current as they head upriver or out to the bay. You can drive, walk or cycle over the bridge. Watch out for pelicans overhead!