Communities from Moncrieff and Amaroo have been physically connected by the newly-built Wagi Bridge, which was officially opened by Minister Berry on Friday 9 February 2018.

The pedestrian bridge stretches 55m between the two Gungahlin suburbs, putting people from both communities in touch, on foot. The word Wagi, or Waagi, represents dancing in Ngunnawal language.

The Wagi Bridge crosses the traditional water line the Ngunnawal people followed for thousands of years through the middle of Moncrieff and Amaroo to Ngunnawal and down to Nicholls.

This valuable piece of infrastructure will give people living on either side of the bridge the best of both suburbs. A short walk across the Wagi Bridge opens up a range of business and social experiences for people looking to explore a little further than their own back yard.