Kane's Bridge

Yarra Bend Road, Fairfield
Kane's Bridge is a pedestrian single-span suspension bridge over the Yarra River, connecting Studley Park with Yarra Bend Park. The footbridge replaced a ferry and was erected in 1928 to link Kew with the public golf course across the Yarra. During the 1934 floods the bridge was washed downstream, and was subsequently rebuilt. The bridge was named after Councillor T J Kane of Collingwood, who was a member of the Yarra Bend Management Committee. The present form of the bridge resembles the earlier bridge, which crossed from the Yarra Bend Asylum to Kew, further upstream.

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Kane's Bridge at Studley Park (n.d.). Retrieved December 8, 2017, from http://melbournedaily.blogspot.com/2013/12/kanes-bridge-at-studley-park.html