|Crosses||Lake Mulwala, Murray River|
|Locale||Mulwala, New South Wales Australia|
Mulwala Bridge is a bridge crossing Lake Mulwala, formed by a weir on the Murray River in Australia. The bridge links the border towns of Yarrawonga, Victoria and Mulwala, New South Wales. The bridge was built in 1924 and designed by Percy Allan using a Pratt truss.
- "Mulwala Bridge over Murray River". Roads and Transport Authority (NSW). Retrieved 19 July 2010.
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