The beautiful seaside towns of Barwon Heads and Ocean Grove are connected by the gorgeous Barwon Bridge. As you drive or walk over the bridge you get to take in views of the towns, the Barwon River and The Bluff. The bridge is the only crossing of the Barwon River between Geelong and the coast at this point. The river itself starts in the Otways and winds it way down to the beach here over 160 kilometres. The bridge was originally built in 1926/27 but was completely renewed in 2009/10. It includes a separate bridge for pedestrians, so is actually made up of two separate structures. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken in Barwon Heads on the Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia.
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Whilst the name of the shot will appear in the final print, the watermark/logo will not.