Views all Canberrans will recognise (11)

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From: "Geoffrey Dabb" <>
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2009 09:15:01 +1000

The  Bridge across Warrina Inlet.  This stoutly-engineered structure is part of the famous multi-use pathway around Lake Burley Griffin.  While it might seem too substantial for its purpose it can barely accommodate the traffic at the height of the Spring walking season when the gentle birdwatcher is likely to be  squashed against the  rails by the  throng of saunterers, power-walkers, cyclists, low-wheelers, roller-bladers, baby-strollers, joggers, and dogs.  Little Bitterns and Great Crested Grebes are occasionally reported from this spot.



Multi-use bridge.jpg

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