The old and the new: a disused wharf with shiny modern buildings behind it. Many of the wharves in the Docklands have been transformed into bars and cafes but this one is still awaiting development. It’s great to see these old buildings being given a new life.
Webb Bridge – this is another newish bridge that joins the Docklands to South Wharf and Yarra’s Edge developments. It was designed by Melbourne architects Denton Corker Marshall in collaboration with sculptor Robert Owen who imagined it as a Koori eel trap. It weaves its way from north of the Yarra to the south following the path of the old Webb railway bridge.