Spiky Bridge

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Spiky Bridge was built by convicts in the mid 19th century on the east coast of Tasmania located 7.5 kilometres from the town of Swansea. The bridge is made from field stones laid without mortar or cement and the parapet features upright stones, giving the bridge a spiky appearance. On the nearby hill are the remains of the governor’s cottage which overlook the bridge.

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Inside you will find beautiful art works of the East Coast of Tasmania, well worth a visit.

Kings Fine Art Gallery and Tearoom

Dolphin Sands, Glamorgan/Spring Bay

Swansea Cycle Tours and Bike Hire at Milton vineyard

Swansea Cycle Tours and Bike Hire

Swansea, Glamorgan/Spring Bay

External review of East Coast Heritage Museum

East Coast Heritage Museum

Swansea, Glamorgan/Spring Bay

Spiky Bridge

Spiky Bridge

Swansea, Glamorgan/Spring Bay

Kate’s Berry Farm

Swansea, Glamorgan/Spring Bay