|Location||Qingshui, Taichung, Taiwan|
|Native name||高美溼地 (Chinese)|
|Built||29 September 2005|
Gaomei Wetlands was established on 29 September 2005. In August 2015, Typhoon Soudelor destroyed 6 out of 18 wind turbines of Taiwan Power Company in the area. In October 2019, a bridge connecting Taichung mainland with the wetlands area failed a safety inspection in the aftermath of Nanfang'ao Bridge collapse 3 weeks earlier in Su'ao Township, Yilan County. The Binhai Bridge (Chinese: 濱海橋) was examined by Taiwan International Ports Corporation. It spans over a length of 70 meters and was 45 years old by the time of inspection.
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