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Sydney BridgeClimb

Highlights
  • Book in advance to guarantee a spot on the popular Sydney BridgeClimb
  • Absorb the best views of Sydney from the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Choose from a range of tours including a halfway climb and an evening ascent
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Sydney BridgeClimb
From US$127,30
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BridgeClimb Sampler 12:30
BridgeClimb Sampler. You must check-in at the departure point at least 15 minutes prior to your confirmed climb time
From US$127,30
The VIVID Climb 17:25
Celebrate VIVID with a 3.5-hour BridgeClimb. Available during Sydney VIVID Festival May 25 to June 16, 2018. Check-in at the departure point at least 15 minutes prior to your confirmed climb time
From US$199,28
Night Sydney BridgeClimb 19:05
Night Sydney BridgeClimb. You must check-in at the departure point at least 15 minutes prior to your confirmed climb time
From US$199,28
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Overview
There’s no better way to see Sydney than from atop the Harbour Bridge. Book an advance ticket to guarantee your place on an often sold-out Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb. Exhilarating and unforgettable, the tour offers options for all. Climb a section or all of the bridge at dawn, day, or night—or tailor your tour to include karaoke. Plus, small groups limited to 14 people will receive personalized attention throughout the climb.
What to Expect

Make your own way to the Sydney Harbour Bridge Visitor Centre, arriving at the time you selected when booking your tour. Upon arrival you’ll receive a thorough safety briefing, and get suited up and clipped onto a safety wire.

Once you’re ready, you’ll follow your guide along your chosen route, stopping at scenic points along the way. Depending on the option you chose, you’ll either ascend to a halfway point inside the bridge's inner arch or climb to the summit at a faster pace.

After ample photo opportunities and time to take in the incredible views, you’ll descend and receive a commemorative certificate and group photograph.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
I'm afraid of heights--so glad I did this!!

It's a bit nerve wracking at first but once you get going it's wonderful. We did a night tour during Vivid which added another degree of wonderfulness. Everyone wears a headset so you can hear the tour guide. You are always connected to a safety...More

Thank xnewyauka
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Morning...Great guide

We were booked on the second climb of the day but arrived early and asked if there was any space and without any issue the customer service girl arranged we got on the first climb of the day...we also had booked for 4 but due...More

1  Thank PMACCA
Reviewed 1 week ago
Worth every step and penny

Absolutely loved the whole experience. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable about the city and of course the bridge itself. The full walk takes about 3 hours, but it goes rather quickly. Did our walk in the morning, so it was still nice and cool...More

1  Thank Hansel S
Reviewed 1 week ago
See Sydney come to life

A unique of Sydney and the harbor as you venture up the bridge. We made the climb at dawn and witnessed an amazing sunrise as the city came to life. Safety was top-notch. No real concerns about heights. A great adventure.

1  Thank Robert B
Reviewed 1 week ago
Amazing view

Did the evening climb, starting at 4:30. By the time you get harnessed and go over all the safety, the sun had already set, but the view was spectacular with all the city lights and the Opera house. The weather was beautiful at night and...More

1  Thank Parks239
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Abbie T
6 June 2018|
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Response from laurenzarateasdale | Reviewed this property |
It is quite chilly in Sydney at the moment. However the suits are super warm, so I imagine it would be okay, especially if you wore thick clothes underneath for when you get to the top.
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RN3178
9 April 2018|
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Response from schwartz01 | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely not. You cannot bring anything up there. No phones, cameras, fitbits. I believe even watches were off limits. Even jewelry was discouraged. The only thing you can bring that's not permanently attached to your body... More
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