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Head to the upper western or lower eastern viewing platforms at London Bridge and take in sweeping views of the great Southern Ocean. Originally a natural archway and tunnel in an impressive offshore rock formation, London Bridge collapsed in 1990 and became a bridge without a middle. Before the collapse, visitors to the site were able to walk across 'the eastern bridge' that stretched across to the mainland.
Time your visit for the end of the day to see the small population of little penguins returning home.
Make use of one marked accessible car parking space, however the slope of the car park may make access with wheelchairs difficult. There is good sealed pram and wheelchair access from the car park to the upper viewing platform. The path to the lower viewing platform is unsuitable for wheelchairs, prams and people with mobility impairment.