Gundagai is situated along the Murrumbidgee river halfway between Sydney and Melbourne. A welcoming town, it is made up of a caring community that pulls together when times are tough. Our town is known for it’s natural beauty and heritage locations and bridges which are a draw card for many travellers passing through. Spanning our floodplains are four bridges, the Prince Alfred Bridge and the timber railway bridge, both beautiful examples of historical engineering, and the dual Sheahan bridges that make up the Hume Highway today.
Pictures & words by Natalie Lindley.