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My teenage daughter talked me into doing the BridgeClimb. I generally don’t like walking, or heights, but this experience is truly awesome. You learn a lot about the history of the city and how the Harbour Bridge was built, and you get to enjoy spectacular views of Sydney and the harbour from the top. It’s a special and bonding experience. There are a number of different climbs on offer, including a short 1.5-hour sampler where you only go halfway up, as well as one that goes all the way to the top—more than 1,300 steps—in 3.5 hours. I recommend booking a climb at sunset, when it’s unbelievably scenic and peaceful.
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BridgeClimb Sydney is an Australian tourist attraction. The company provides climb experiences to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Over 3.5 million visitors from over 137 different countries and territories have climbed the southern half of the bridge.
Get a birds eye view of the city's icons - Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge
BridgeClimb Sydney is an Australian tourist attraction. The company guides guests on a climb on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Numerous visitors from various countries and territories have climbed the southern half of the bridge. Four different types of climbs are offered
Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge! A once in a lifetime experience! Great for people who love adventure & trying new, exciting activities!
The climb is pretty easy with just a few steep ladders. The view is spectacular, especially during times like Vivid Sydney.
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