Croc Bridge - update on the Bridge

by Mario

Crocodile Bridge

Crocodile Bridge

Here is a photograph of the construction as at the end of August 2010. The bridge is supposed to be complete end of September - I don't think this will happen. It may be finished by October/November, in time for the December holidays.

On the left you can see the new bridge - just the concrete slabs.

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Oct 29, 2010
Croc bridge
by: Mario

Yes, the new bridge was finished today (Friday 29th October) and you can see photos here of the nearly completed bridge posted two days ago by Paul, the Croc Bridge camp manager...
Croc Bridge Reconstruction Update

Oct 27, 2010
Crocodile River Bridge
by: Anonymous

Does anybody have some up-to-date pics on the progress of this bridge? Its progress really dictates how much of the park we get to see on our December trip to KNP.

Many thanks

Sep 16, 2010
Thanks for the update!
by: Bradley

We'll be there in December and hope it is complete. (The new bridge doesn't look much higher than the old bridge does it!?)

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