Old Goulburn River Bridge
- Attraction & Historical landmark
- Old Hume Highway, Seymour VIC 3660 (See map)
This Victorian heritage-listed composite trestle and metal road bridge was constructed in 1862. It was reconstructed in 1892 just before the economic depression of 1893, when the State withdrew funding for big river bridges.
In 1987 the bridge was closed to vehicular traffic. It is now closed to all traffic. The large river red gums surrounding the fast flowing Goulburn River add to the charm of the bridge and combined with its historical significance, make this picturesque spot, well worth a visit.
This page was last updated on 3 October 2019.