The Lennox Bridge is a sandstone single arch bridge built along Parramatta River. Located on Church Street, the bridge was designed and built between 1836 to 1839, under the supervision of David Lennox, the first Colonial Superintendent of Bridges. The Lennox Bridge is the third oldest surviving masonry bridge in New South Wales.
Head to Lennox Bridge, only a short walk from our hotel.
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