The Sea Cliff Bridge is an adjusted cantilever connect situated in the northern Illawarra district of New South Wales, Australia. The $52 million extension interfaces the waterfront towns of Coalcliff and Clifton. Including two paths of activity, a cycleway, and a walkway, the scaffold is an element of the beautiful Lawrence Hargrave Drive. The Sea Cliff Bridge supplanted a segment of Lawrence Hargrave Drive that was for all time shut in August 2003 because of general shake falls. An open objection rose over the street conclusion as Lawrence Hargrave Drive is the main street specifically connecting Coalcliff, Stanwell Park, Otford and Helensburgh toward the northern rural areas of Wollongong.
The scaffold was authoritatively opened by NSW Premier Morris Iemma at a 'strip cutting' function on 11 December 2005 and has met with the awesome open endorsement and expanded business for the territory's tourism industry. The Sea Cliff Bridge was named by 11-year-old student Makenzie Russell St. Brigids following a naming rivalry opened to neighborhood grade school understudies. It is a well-known area for Love Padlocks. Visitors come to visit this place from all over the world with their friend and family members. You can come to visit, explore and experience this place.