The pedestrian / cycle bridge over the Yarra River of Denton, Corker & Marshall (DCM) in Melbourne as part of a public art project in the Docklands region of Melbourne. Together with artist Robert Owen. It resembles a fishing net, maybe a throwback to the dockland heritage connected by the bridge. Indeed, as a Koori eel trap, the artist envisioned the bridge. Koori is native to this portion of Australia, an indigenous tribe. At separate moments of the day, the bridge requires to be seen as the sun provides it a whole distinct picture, sunrise, sunset and sunset when it is lit.
You can get to Webb Bridge by Bus, Train or Tram. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Tram: Tram - 11, Tram - 70; Train: Train - CRANBOURNE, Train - SOUTH MORANG, Train - UPFIELD, Train - WERRIBEE; Bus: Bus - 237, Bus - SKYBUS.
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