The white and red Charles Grimes Bridge is a twin-road bridge that carries the Docklands Highway over the Yarra River. Surveyor General Charles Grimes was the first European to see the Yarra River, and the bridge is named after him.
Yarra River, Australia
Nearest Transit: Southern Cross (Line: City Loop)
Charles Grimes Bridge and Nearby Attractions on Map
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