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Goulburn Viaduct (Mulwaree Ponds)

Location: Main Southern railway, Goulburn, NSW 2580

Constructed: 1915-1915


The walk follows a route which links points of scenic, cultural and historical interest. It is approximately 18 kilometres long and can be comfortably completed in about 6 hours. Marsden Weir Park and O'Brien Park provide parking, public toilets, barbecue and picnic facilities and grassed areas. Maps are available from the Visitor Information Centre. The trail links with the Governor Macquarie historic walking trail that will take you past landmarks such as: Old Goulburn Brewery, Lansdown Park and Synagogue, railway station, Blackshaw Wells, Rocky Hill Memorial and the state heritage listed railway viaduct. The railway viaduct, or bridge, is composed of beautifully proportioned arches and complements the scenery.


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Name of item: Goulburn Viaduct (Mulwaree Ponds)
Other name/s: Mulwaree River Railway Viaduct
Type of item: Built
Collection: Transport - Rail
Category: Railway Bridge/ Viaduct
Location: Main Southern railway, Goulburn, NSW 2580
Local Govt: Goulburn Mulwaree
Designer: Engineering staff of NSWGR
Builder: Day Labour
Constructed: 1915-1915
Current use: Railway Viaduct (Bridge)
Former use: Railway Viaduct (Bridge)