The ANZAC bridge in Rozelle Bay, Sydney, Australia, is the longest cable stayed bridge in the Country, and one of the longest in the world. It is 105.6 feet wide, 1,131.9 feet long, and 393.7 feet high.
On Remembrance Day in !998 it was dedicated to the memory of ANZAC troops who served in WWI. On the Eastern end of the bridge flies the Australian Flag from a pylon, and on the Western end, the New Zealand flag.
In 2000, the Australian “digger” soldier was placed at one end of the bridge and in 2008, he was joined by a statue of the New Zealand soldier.
Locals affectionately have dubbed the bridge “Madonna’s Bra” because of the two pointed towers from which the cables are splayed.