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Dickens Drive Bridge

Dickens Drive bridge

Centennial Park, see interactive map here

Date built:
Circa 1890s

About the bridge

This stone bridge on Dickens Drive near Rose Garden, was constructed in the 1890s by the Public Works Department of the NSW Government.

It features rusticated dimensioned sandstone with rusticated coping and wing walls, with a tarred surface.

NB: Visitors should note that there is a 3 tonne limit for vehicles crossing this bridge, due to the structural and heritage nature of the bridge. For alternate access arrangements, contact the Parklands Office on (02) 9339 6699 or

Dickens Drive bridge is over 115 years old