The road through the picturesque Monkerai Valley provided the main road link between the villages of Dungog and Gloucester. The need for a bridge spanning the Karuah River at Monkerai was finally met when, in 1877, a magnificent timber truss bridge was opened. Today, very few of these remain and Monkerai Bridge, classified as a Historic Bridge, is the oldest remaining timber truss bridge in New South Wales.
Activites and Experiences at Monkerai Valley
Nearest Airport: Taree
Accommodation In Monkerai Valley
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