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Ross Bridge

Ross, Tasmania, Australia
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Beautiful stop over

We had heard much about the Ross bridge and it did not disappoint. Though it was a cold morning... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kelly C
,
Bicheno, Australia
Photographer dream

Can never go past this historic bridge. Beautiful piece of architecture and still in use! We were... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Julie C
,
Brisbane, Australia
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Ross, Tasmania, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had heard much about the Ross bridge and it did not disappoint. Though it was a cold morning and slightly overcast, photos were perfect and the stop was well worth it. It is a beauty and should not be missed.

Thank Kelly C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Can never go past this historic bridge. Beautiful piece of architecture and still in use! We were here early morning with the sun just coming up and the bridge looked magical with the light on the bridge and sun dancing off the water.

Thank Julie C
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

Amazing little town, beautiful view from and next to the bridge, also there is the female factory like 3 km away from the bridge. Totally worth it to visit.

Thank laugvaldez
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Very impressive, especially the carvings. Hard to imagine it was built so long ago for horse drawn vehicles and manages with today's trucks. While this is a better piece of work, I preferred the Richmond bridge - less perfect.

Thank fionabk
Reviewed 11 May 2017

A must see, this beautiful bridge of history built in 1836. Please find a tour guide to explain all about the building of this work of art. There is so much that I could not possibly tell you as it would take too long. The...More

Thank Maggie O
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

The apparant lesser cousin to the Richmond Bridge is well worth stopping at. Again you drive over a nearly 200 year old convict built bridge and enter a real gem of a town.

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

This is history - the bridge is in excellent condition and the celtic carvings on it are both most unusual and intriguing. The river it crosses is lovely.

Thank p9c
Reviewed 15 March 2017 via mobile

Called in to view the historic bridge.lovely location and we picniced on the grass overlooking the bridge My husband had a scallop pie and i tried the fresh icecream from the dairy next door , which was delicious Great little town but a bit over...More

Thank Judy C
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Built in 1836 the bridge at Ross still carries regular traffic and shows no sign of wear and tear. Like the Romans those convicts knew how to put things together to stand the test of time. (Unlike in Adelaide where a bridge is crumbling 6...More

Thank Matthew B
Reviewed 18 January 2017

The bridge is still in use after nearly 200 years and is a grand piece of architecture dating back to the state's convict era. It has to be viewed from all sides and of course do cross it.

Thank Kirkcaldylad
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