The Tarban Creek Bridge, a prestressed concrete arch bridge that spans the Tarban Creek, is found west of the state capital central downtown in New South Wales, Australia. The bridge is set between the Gladesville Bridge and therefore the tree Bridge, being straightaway to the north of Gladesville Bridge. The bridge carries the Burns Bay Road and a path and connects the suburbs of Hunters Hill and Huntleys purpose.
Opened in Dec 1965, the Tarban Creek Bridge fashioned a “missing link” between the present Gladesville and tree Bridges. Traffic between the recent tree and Gladesville Bridges antecedently had to barter the streets of Hunters Hill to cross the creek more upstream. The 3 new bridges were engineered to hold a North Western main road, that ne’er came to fruition.