The Go Between Bridge, formerly known as the Hale Street Link, is a toll bridge for vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists over the Brisbane River in inner-city Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The bridge connects Merivale and Cordelia Streets in West End to Hale Street and the Inner City Bypass at Milton. It is Brisbane's first inner-city traffic bridge in 40 years and is expected to carry around 12,000 vehicles per day. The bridge opened to traffic in the early hours on 5 July 2010.
The Go Between Bridge is named after the popular Australian indie rock band The Go-Betweens, which was formed in Brisbane. The bridge is part of Campbell Newman's TransApex transport plan. It allows drivers to save 15 minutes of travel during peak hour as vehicles will be able to avoid congestion on the William Jolly Bridge.