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Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Burnett Traffic Bridge spanning the Burnett River, Bundaberg, ca. 1914'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Kennedy Bridge over Saltwater Creek at Bundaberg, ca. 1914'
Picture relating to Canungra - titled 'Flying flox near Coomera Crossing aerial ropeway, ca. 1914'
Picture relating to Canungra - titled 'Shay Locomotive 5, part of the Canungra Pine Creek Tramway, ca. 1914'

Burnett Traffic Bridge spanning the Burnett River, Bundaberg, ca. 1914

contributed by QldPics, taken in 1914
(contact QldPics about this picture)


Bundaberg is situated at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef. Four hours drive north from Brisbane, Bundaberg is located in the heart of a rich sugar and horticultural belt. Bundaberg is identified with the locally manufactured Austoft Cane harvesters and famous Bundaberg Rum.

This photograph is part of a hand coloured publication titled 'Souvenir of Bundaberg', published by W. Blaikie, Bundaberg, ca. 1914.

Burnett River Traffic Bridge was erected between 1889 and 1891 at a cost of 23,665 pounds. There was much damage to construction and loss of two lives during a severe flood in 1890. The bridge was opened during 1900, replacing a vehicular ferry service.

This picture is also part of the following Bonzle photo collections: