Bennelong Bridge was officially opened on Sunday 22 May 2016 by the Member for Drummoyne and Parliamentary Secretary for Roads, Transport, Industry Resources and Energy John Sidoti MP along with the Member for Auburn and New South Wales Opposition Leader, Luke Foley MP and the four Wentworth Point Landowners.

Previously known as Homebush Bay Bridge, Bennelong Bridge has been named after Wangal man, Woollarawarre, Bennelong. The new name was announced by the Wentworth Point Landowners, alongside Mayor Angelo Tsirekas from City of Canada Bay, and Administrator Amanda Chadwick of City of Parramatta Council.

The bridge includes to two lanes dedicated to public transport, together with a shared pedestrian and cycle path.

Bennelong Bridge operates as a Transit Way. It is NOT available to private vehicles

Transport for NSW has introduced a new bus service that commenced from Monday 23 May. For more information visit www.transportnsw.info

Pedestrian and cycle access to Bennelong Bridge is available from:

  • Wentworth Point side - Cnr of Hill Road and Footbridge Boulevard
  • Rhodes side –Cnr of Shoreline Drive and Gauthorpe Street

After almost 2 years, Homebush Bay has reopened to boating activities