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Barmah Creek Bridge

Thursday 17 April, 2014

There is limited access for Barmah Creek bridge two on River Road in Barmah Island (Murray River Reserve). Visitors can access River Road either from Rice bridge along River Road - one way in, one way out - or through Corrys Road onto River Road with two exits either back through Corrys Road or out the Eastern end of Barmah Island at the township on MCCann Road.

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