The Wee Jasper Bridge, completed in 1896, is an early example of an Allan type timber truss road bridge. Allan trusses were third in the five stage design evolution of NSW timber truss bridges, and were a major improvement over the McDonald trusses which preceded them.
The Wee Jasper bridge is assessed as being State significant, primarily on the basis of its technical and historical significance.
Bridges are not just functional, they can also be scenic and engineering attractions. Spare a few minutes to admire Wee Jasper Bridge over Goodradigbee River.