Brisbane City Council’s visionary Kangaroo Point Green Bridge will not only provide a long-anticipated pedestrian and cycling link between Kangaroo Point and the CBD, it will also become a premier destination for visitors and a source of pride for the people of Brisbane.
More than a bridge, it will provide the city’s first opportunity for a restaurant and bars above the Brisbane River in addition to connecting two vibrant communities to create a thriving riverine precinct.
With a length of 460 metres, it will be among the longest span cable stay pedestrian bridges in the world and combined with its graceful elegance, will make it an enduring feature of Brisbane.
The project is being delivered by the BESIX Watpac led Connect Brisbane team, which includes Rizzani de Eccher, WSP, Blight Rayner, Dissing and Weitling, Aspect Studios, RWDI, F-POV, UAP, Right Angle Studios and Rowland, representing the world’s leading bridge design and delivery expertise.
Kangaroo Point Green Bridge will be built and designed using the Infrastructure Sustainability Council Design and As-Built Rating system. This will help us to identify and deliver economic, social and environmental opportunities and benefit the design and construction phases of the project.