Isis River Bridge
|Isis River Bridge|
|Locale||south of Childers, Queensland, Australia|
|Maintained by||Department of Transport and Main Roads|
|Constructed by||Seymour Whyte|
|Construction begin||October 2010|
|Opened||12 August 2011|
The bridge was built on a new and improved alignment of the Bruce Highway. It replaced the 54-year-old bridge which was prone to flooding. The new bridge will improve flood immunity as it is almost seven metres higher than the old bridge.
The new bridge, constructed by Seymour Whyte, opened to traffic on 12 August 2011. The old bridge was demolished on completion of the project in late September 2011.
- Isis River Bridge project at Department of Transport and Main Roads webpage
- Isis River Bridge Replacement at Seymour Whyte Constructions webpage
- New Isis River Bridge at Department of Infrastructure and Transport webpage
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