The Suspension Bridge, linking the suburb to Cammeray, has become a recognised symbol of Northbridge, completed in January and purchased by the state government in Northbridge took its name from its location, north of a sandstone...
Northbridge is a tranquil, leafy but rugged peninsula jutting eastwards into Middle Harbour, flanked by Long Bay to the south and Sailors Bay to the north. It is seven kilometres north of the Sydney central business district in the Willoughby City local government area and it covers an area of 2. Now often considered a hidden gem, it was originally regarded as having little resource value to the fledgling colony of New South Wales. When the Municipality of North Willoughby was formed in , Northbridge was still known as either Willoughby or Middle Harbour, and remained so until It is currently listed with Roads and Maritime Services as being Long Gully Bridge but it is still commonly referred to locally as the 'suspension bridge. The company called the area Northbridge for two reasons. Firstly, the area being developed was 'north' of the suspension bridge and secondly, the suspension bridge itself was often referred to as the 'north bridge' as it was the first bridge north of Sydney Harbour.
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