The construction of Tanderrum Bridge is part of the $338 million stage two redevelopment that commenced in 2014.
Tanderrum Bridge provides a new primary entrance to Melbourne Park and direct pedestrian access from Flinders Street Station. Works were completed in 2016 and the bridge was open for the 2017 Australian Open.
The bridge provides a safe route for fans to enter and exit Melbourne, ensuring they don’t have to cross Batman Avenue at ground level. It also shaves pedestrian travel time between Flinders Street Station and Birrarung Marr to under 10 minutes.
Tanderrum Bridge, has been a world class addition to Melbourne Park, evidenced by being awarded the 2017 Melbourne Prize at the Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Awards event. In addition to this, Tanderrum Bridge also won the 2017 Premier’s Design Award for Architectural Design.
John Wardle Architects
Fitzgeralds Construction Australia
Tanderrum Bridge Timelapse Video
Tanderrum Bridge Feature Video
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