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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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We crossed the bridge on the main pedestrian level; we didn't pay extra to walk on the top of it. It can get windy on the bridge. We walked the streets to the main area where you can access the bridge.
Wow...what more can be said. Walking the bridge at twilight was amazing. The speed was very comfortable, our guide was terrific in engaging all of us with questions, knew our names and made sure we were having a wonderful time.
We thought we had seen all of the Sydney Harbor - until we walked the bridge!
This bridge provides a different and better view than what we saw. Even spectacular buildings like the Sydney Opera House look different and better from here.
You can walk...More
You might be put off by the fee if you think you are just going up the Bridge Tower for the view. There are also neat displays and a short video to watch about the history of the bridge and its construction. You get an...More
Made reservations and climbed the Harbor Bridge with bridge climb.com. Seemed a little expensive at first but when you convert the fare of AUD to USD not bad. The climb was amazing and as an extra added bonus we did the evening climb and when...More
We walked across the bridge and back again and also visited the Pylon Museum and Lookout which is inside of the southeast pylon. There are great views, and it's interesting to see the bridge up close. If you go to the museum (there's an admission...More
first time i came to the harbour bridge, i wasn't aware that i parked my car near it. got out of my car, turned around and i was immediately amazed at it's size. its huge ! especially when you're so close to it. also a...More
I didn’t want to do the bridge climb so this was a wonderful alternative. We walked the bridge and visited Luna Park and local parks near the bridge. It was wonderful and a great way to see the Harbour from a different viewpoint. It was...More
You can't really complete your trip to Western Australia without being awestruck by this iconic bridge.
While we didn't really opt for the bridge climb, a plain walk along the pedestrian path was exhilarating enough.
To top it off, the 9pm Saturday fireworks is a...More
This is an awesome Bridge that we had a perfect view of from our hotel room. We could see the people climbing the bridge. When we go back in April I have my ticket to climb the bridge. Will let you know how it was...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... 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.