Kempsey Shire Council recently installed a unique pedestrian bridge. The 45-metre long x 2.4-metre bridge, spans Salt Water Creek at the end of Mitchell Street, South West Rocks, and has made use of our amazing new technology. As the sub-structure needed to be sunk into salt-water, timber would have quickly rotted. Composite fibre combined with recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ provided the perfect solution for this bridge. Plastic posts have also been used in the handrail. The overall effect is of an elegant walkway, which complements the surrounding area. The bridge was constructed by the local Kempsey Shire bridge building crew and will last for more than 40 years without maintenance as it won’t rust, split, rot or be eaten by termites.