Located in the beautiful and iconic Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Harbour Bridge overlooks the magnificent blue waters that help to make the Harbour a spectacular sight.
Nicknamed "The Coathanger" because of it's steel arch-based design, the Harbour Bridge boasts 8 traffic lanes, 2 railways and a pedestrian and bicycle lane, transporting both locals and tourists from the Central Business District (CBD) to the North Shore.
Visitors interested in getting the best view from the bridge can do so with the help of the BridgeClimb. Climbers can choose to climb either the outer arch or the inner arch of the bridge for spectacular views and an unforgettable experience.
The bridge also plays a special part in the annual New Year’s Eve fireworks
displays, where hundreds of spectators travel from near and far to gather on the shore and on the water to watch the festivities each year.
Incredible safety measures taken by the BridgeClimb people. Very well organized, they have thought of everything, even soap and water to wash you hands at the end of the climb. My fear of heights never came into play during the climb. You never have to look straight down, if you don't want to. Great activity, Just do it!
Having only seen Sydney Harbour Bridge in photos and on TV, it was an amazing experience doing the climb and standing at the top looking over Sydney harbour and fantastic view of the Opera House. It's a must do while in Sydney.