Bardo Narrang Creek, Pitt Town, Sydney
Pitt Town - originally a town in its own right, now considered a suburb of ever-expanding Sydney. One of the five 'Macquarie Towns', it was established by Governor Macquarie in 1810 and named for the British Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger.
This particular structure is the Friendship Bridge over Bardo Narrang Creek - commemorating the meeting of Governor Arthur Phillip and the Darug Aboriginal leader, Yarramundi on 14 Apr 1791.
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