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Type: Article
Title: Seeking a Cancer Cure for Munna Point Bridge
Authors: Dowding, Chris
Tags: Infrastructure Management;Munna Point Bridge
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia, Queensland
Abstract: Munna Point Bridge was built in Noosa Heads, Queensland in the late 1970s. Over 1.8 million trips in each direction are made across the 106 metre bridge every year, by tourists and locals. The bridge is one of only two routes across saltwater canals, to reach the primary tourism attractions of Hastings Street, Main Beach, and Noosa National Park. Accordingly, it is a critical piece of infrastructure to facilitate Noosa’s economy as a lifestyle and tourism destination.
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