It has an all weather cover, lighting and viewing platforms. We are walking towards the CBD and Transit Centre.
From the viewing platform, looking up river we can see the William Jolly bridge, behind that the rail bridge and after that another bridge is under construction called the "Go Between Bridge" named after a well known Brisbane musical group.
Of course we have to include a photo of our speedy City Cats.
Looking down river we can see the Victoria Bridge.....
and the Riverside Expressway with a new pedestrian and bicycle path underneath. During the week the road is full of cars but everyone has gone away for Easter.
If you are wondering why the river is brown, it is because the mayor turned it into chocolate for Easter. (he he he )It has been raining for a few months now and lots of mud and silt has been washed into the river. It is usually a slow river, lazily meandering through the Brisbane Valley to empty into Moreton Bay. When torrential, tropical rain falls the river runs faster stirring up the bottom.
This design has caused a lot of discussion in the city. There have been many negative comments but I like it.
Looking back towards the Gallery of Modern Art and the cultural precinct.