HORSHAM Rural City Council will officially open the Anzac Centenary Bridge on Saturday at 12.30pm.
Mayor Pam Clarke, Horsham RSL president Robert Lockwood and Barengi Gadjin Land Council chairman Dylan Clarke will lead the proceedings.
The bridge has been open for public use since late September after two years of construction.
Council turned the first sod for the Anzac Centenary Bridge in November 2015, with construction officially starting early the next year.
The structure was due to be completed early this year. However heavy rain, concerns about steel quality, and a labour supply issue contributed to delays.
The bridge suffered another setback after firm J and R Industries went into administration in May.
The council said the bridge had been well-utilised since works were completed.
However, they reminded residents on pushbikes to be mindful and give way to pedestrians while crossing the bridge.
The project commemorates all Horsham and district residents who served in World War I.