The Hampden Suspension Bridge is an historical landmark and is the only surviving suspension bridge in New South Wales that was built during the Australian colonial days. The Hampden Bridge is 77 metres long and was built in the year 1897, and named after Lord Hampden, who was the Governor of NSW from 1895 to 1899.
The Hampden Bridge straddles the Kangaroo River with the Kangaroo Valley village nestled beside it.
WON The Bridges Challenge in the Retired and Happy Group June 2009 – thanks to all who voted
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