The heritage-listed Horseshoe Bridge is a Perth landmark. It has withstood the test of time, connecting Perth city and Northbridge for more than a century.

When it first opened in 1904, it was seen as a spark of engineering genius developed to solve the problem of vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian congestion between Roe and Wellington Streets.

The refurbished Horseshoe Bridge has been given a new lease on life thanks to Yagan Square.

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Yagan Square

Corner Wellington Street and William Street, Perth

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