Boyds Bay Bridge, Tweed Heads


Project overview

The NSW Government funds the ongoing maintenance of Boyds Bay Bridge to ensure safety and improve the journey of road users and pedestrians.

Project information


Boyds Bay Bridge was built over Terranora Creek in Tweed Heads in 1985. The eight-span concrete bridge provides a vital link across Terranora Creek and is used by almost 30,000 motorists each day.

The bridge was built to replace the original Boyds Bay Bridge, which was completed and opened to traffic in 1934. The original bridge, which was part of the Pacific Highway, was a steel and concrete girder structure with a vertical lift span.