ABOUT: Another popular spot with local photographers who perhaps need something beyond waterfalls, mist, cliffs, valleys, rivers etc: One of the few photogenic architectural heritage spots in the mountains Lennox Bridge – opened in 1833, is the oldest surviving stone arch bridge on the Australian mainland. The stone work offers great texture and the foliage and leading lines from the channel & small river either end, provide lots of angles.
PHOTO EQUIPMENT TO BRING: A good wide angle is critical as the bridge is quite small and needs ‘opening out’. In bright sun you might want to consider a mild HDR, tripod and two or three shots to merge together. At night it is interesting too with tripod and a torch, as it still holds a main road you are not far from civilisation.
GETTING TO THE SPOT/S: An easy access car park, as per google location below right next to the bridge, steps down on the northern side of the bridge