Anakie Gorge, Brisbane Ranges National Park, VIC
In January 2011 a severe flood event damaged or destroyed all seven foot bridge crossings across Stony Creek which flows through Anakie Gorge, a popular three kilometre walk on the outskirts of Melbourne. In addition, an historic water pipeline constructed in the 1870’s required repairs to one of the stone weir structures also damaged during the flood. TTMS were engaged to replace seven foot bridges with large stepping stones and repair the damaged weir.
Creek crossing 1 - before and after
Creek crossing 2 - before and after
Creek crossing 4 - before and after
Creek crossing 5 - before and after
Damage to weir after recent flood.
Completed works on weir reconstruction