Wednesday, 18 August 2021

Kyeemagh, Endeavour Bridge

Endeavour Bridge carries General Holmes Drive across the Cooks River from the eastern suburb of Mascot to the southern suburb of Kyeemagh, close to Botany Bay. It is named after the HMB Endeavour, the ship commanded by Captain James Cook, an English explorer, navigator and cartographer. The crew of the Endeavour arrived in Botany Bay in 1770 and was the first recorded European expedition to navigate and map the eastern coastline of Australia.


  1. Been on it but can't say I'd ever even registered it...

    1. You have the nearby motorway connection and a tunnel so it's easy to miss you are travelling on a bridge,

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  3. Thank you for the presented details. It looks simple and efficient!
    I love images with bridges.
    Happy WW and a fine week!

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  6. It is a beautiful thing that this solid bridge was named after the ship of the discoverer of this part of Australia.

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  7. I like learning the history of things like this. Great shot.

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