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Bridge to offer unique view

Drawcard: A pedestrian bridge has been announced for the Crystal Shower Falls.
Drawcard: A pedestrian bridge has been announced for the Crystal Shower Falls.

MINISTER for Climate Change and the Environment Frank Sartor has announced the construction of a new pedestrian suspension bridge at the iconic Crystal Shower Falls in Dorrigo National Park.

“We expect the bridge to be a major tourist drawcard, allowing visitors to see the falls and walk behind the curtain of water for a unique view of the World Heritage rainforest,” Mr Sartor said.

“The 50-metre bridge will re-establish a link to part of the walk closed by a landslide during severe storms.

“When completed later this year people will be able to walk from the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre along the Wonga Walk where a short side track will allow visitors to walk behind the waterfall. Dorrigo National Park is one of the region’s major tourist destinations.”



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