Heritage and conservation register


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Name of Item Captain Cook Bridge (1965), southern approach
Item Number 4301061
Type of Item Built
Item Sub-Type Concrete Girder
Address **** Taren Point Road Taren Point 2229
Local Government Area Sutherland 
Owner Local Government
Current Use Road bridge
Former Use Road bridge

Statement of significance

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Statement of significance Listed on the Sutherland Shire Local Environmental Plan 2000 as an item of Regional heritage significance.
Date Significance Updated 18 November 2005


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Designer ****
Builder ****
Construction years **** - 1965
Physical description Six-lane precast prestressed concrete bridge over Georges River.
Physical Condition
Archaeological Potential
Good operating condition.
Modifications and dates ****
Date condition updated 14 May 2009


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Historical notes The Captain Cook Bridge was opened in 1965 and is named after Captain James Cook who landed at nearby Kurnell on 29 April 1770.


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Heritage Listing Reference Number Gazette Number Gazette Page
Local Environmental Plan  L072-R  074  3228 
Heritage Act - s.170 NSW State agency heritage register       

Assessment of Significance

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Historical Significance ****
Historical Association ****
Aesthetic/Technical Significance ****
Social Significance ****
Research Significance ****
Rarity ****
Representativeness ****
Integrity/Intactness ****
Assessed Significance Local


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Type Author Year Title

Study details

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Title Year Author Inspected by Guidelines used

Custom fields

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Roads and Maritime Services Region Sydney
Bridge Number 118
CARMS File Number ****
Property Number Bridge
Conservation Management Plan ****


Captain Cook Bridge Taren Point (1965), southern approach
Captain Cook Bridge Taren Point (1965), southern approach

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