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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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Love doing this walk even as a local. A relaxing stroll often with a Gelato in hand (there is a gelato shop right opposite the steps at the Kirribilli end) followed by a walk around the Rocks. Nice way to spend an afternoon and having...More
My 11 year old persuaded me to accompany him on the bridge walk despite my previous fears. Aside the first and last 10 mins plus the cross over at the top managed to overcome a fear of heights and had a great experience and views...More
My husband and I climbed the bridge for the sunset tour on 9 January 2019. It was great as you got the view with both daylight and in the evening lights. The walk out was the scariest part for me. The arch itself is a...More
My family had booked a bridge climb over the bridge, which gave two free tickets for the viewing tower, as I am scared of heights I walked over the bridge, which was brilliant, I also visited the viewing tower and museum which was really Interesting...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.