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Spanning the city center to the North Shore, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is a wide steel arch bridge known for its beauty as well as function, providing a crossing for cars, trains, bikes and pedestrians. While the more daring can do the BridgeClimb...more
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My wife and I did the climb together. The views of the Sydney Harbor, the opera house and surrounding areas were just spectacular. Our climb leader Amy was very knowledgeable, professional, accommodating and a pleasure to have as a guide.
The iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge is not be missed! You can walk across it at your leisure, but be sure to stop half way across and do the Pylon Lookout tour which showcases a lot of historic items from the time the bridge was constructed...More
Beautiful and the views are majestic! This is a must see because the view will be embedded in your mind forever. Because the climb is so wonderful, it would have been nice forv the guide to remind us of when to use our light
We recently walked across the bridge from mile one point and what a spectacular view. Then we went down into the rocks and into the bridge to prepare for a bridge climb. Now that’s a view . Safety first ... not scarey just exhilarating
One day so what about climbing the pylon and walking over the bridge, get the ferry back, then take another ferry either to Watson’s or Manly and back for the views. Then walk to the opera house and back to Darling Harbour... More
One day so what about climbing the pylon and walking over the bridge, get the ferry back, then take another ferry either to Watson’s or Manly and back for the views. Then walk to the opera house and back to Darling Harbour for the evening buskers. If you have time to pop in the free bits of the Sea museum that would be good, or pay to see the big ships. For the ferry rides you need to pick up an Opal card from any convenience store or tourist info place and you won’t need more than 16 dollars for the day as it has a daily max. Each ride is about 3-4 dollars. Daily max on sundays is less than 4 dollars meaning lots of free rides.