The Old Swing Bridge

The Old Swing Bridge is situated on the Erskine River at Lorne on the Great Ocean Road on the south west coast of Victoria, Australia. Constructed in 1937 it has become a famous landmark and tourist attraction. Also at this point there is a grave which holds the bodies of two young children who, in 1850, were suffocated in a tunnel they had dug into the sandy bank of the river.

The Old Swing Bridge at the mouth of the Erskine River

The Old Swing Bridge at the mouth of the Erskine River

The Old Swing Bridge

The Old Swing Bridge
The Old Swing Bridge crosses the Erskine River at Lorne on the Great Ocean Road on the south west coast of Victoria, Australia.

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