Bennelong Bridge / Homebush Bay Bridge

Connecting communities of Rhodes and Wentworth Point to parks, shopping centers, public places, playing grounds and more.

The Bennelong Bridge is reaching more than 300 meters across Homebush Bay, which connects communities of Rhodes and Wentworth Point to parks, shopping centers, public places, playing grounds and more. 

The bridge was designed to accommodate pedestrians, cyclists and public transport. It also has a capacity to carry light rail in the future, but it won’t be accessible for private cars or taxis. 

Light Culture has supplied the WE-EF street luminaires 19 of VFL530-SE and 10 of VFL540-SE. These luminaires were chosen for their aesthetic appearance and great performance for this project. The luminaires were installed with optimum distance in order to light up the pathway and save energy costs.

Bennelong Bridge was renamed to a Homebush Bay Bridge. It has been officially named in honour of the prominent Aboriginal, Bennelong – a Wangal man of the Eora nation, whose traditional country included the Homebush Bay area and surrounds.

Bennelong Bridge
Bennelong Bridge
Bennelong Bridge
Bennelong Bridge
Bennelong Bridge

Project Details:

Location Wentworth Point – Rhodes
Architect Scott Carver
Lighting Designer Haron Robson (Leo Trimboli)

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