Algebuckina Bridge


4.5 from 7 users


Oodnadatta Track, PUA, South Australia

1800 678 447


The Algebuckina Bridge is a Victorian era railway bridge located about 55 kilometres south-east of the town of Oodnadatta. The bridge was built over the Neales River to allow the Ghan train to cross during floods. The Algebuckina Bridge is easily accessible from the Oodnadatta track, approximately 56km south of Oodnadatta and 145km north of William Creek. Do not attempt to walk across the bridge. Remain within the safety barricades. This area is prone to flooding. It is recommended that if rain is falling you make your way to either William Creek or Oodnadatta ASAP and assess the weather forecast. If wet weather is forecast it would be wise to make your way to the bitumen if possible. Do not attempt to travel through flooded waterways. Use the designated camping area if overnighting. Take your rubbish with you. Respect the landscape. Respect the biosecurity.

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Lat: -27.902157 Lng: 135.812224

User Reviews



Loved this place got in with 17 ft caravan. Had a kayak and fire and stars under the bridge



What a lovely spot, several spots along the bank. Able to take our 18ft semi of road van in no worries. Loved it so much spent 2 nights


Tan-Grilo tango

Loved this place we decided to stay a night right by the water. Lots of spots along the river to park caravan in. Towed in our 18' JB Gator X, not too bad, some bumps in. Took the canoe out to row around the small lake-like river. Some large rocks here and there. Water is refreshing. Warmed it up for a bush shower. Bridge ruins are in good condition for its age with info board. Need to be self sufficient.


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