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Sydney BridgeClimb

From US$128.50
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
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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
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Night Sydney BridgeClimb. You must check-in at the departure point at least 15 minutes prior to your confirmed climb time
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Night Sydney BridgeClimb. You must check-in at the departure point at least 15 minutes prior to your confirmed climb time
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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 via mobile
Living the High Life!

One of the most iconic landmarks in the world and it certainly delivered an unforgettable family adventure. As we got closer to the Bridge the distance from the ticket booth to the start of the arch was.......considerable. With the youngest member of our family only...More

1  Thank BanchoryMrsB
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Fantastic experience!

Baulked at doing the climb for a number of years, thought it too expensive. Exceptional Value For Money and experience exceeded my expectations. Thinking about it? DO IT!

Thank 357DaleMac
Reviewed 3 days ago
Fantastic Even if You have a Fear of Heights

My wife and I did the BridgeClimb in 2000 on our honeymoon and always wanted to do it again. I have a fear of heights and so does my 12 year old daughter but we both felt very safe and the views are fabulous -...More

Thank Mike J
Reviewed 4 days ago
Wow! Do twilight!

This was fantastic! The twilight climb gives you the best of the daylight experience and the magical evening experience. Since no objects that can fall are allowed on the bridge, I strongly recommend buying the optional package of all photos taken by the guide. The...More

1  Thank Howard A
Reviewed 6 days ago
Amazing experience

Although pricey, around 300+$ it is a one life experience. You can book online. It is safe, but if you are afraid of heights I would not recommend. Staff is great -Jon Brian, you rock- and you learn a lot of things about history but...More

Thank Raluca P
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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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jennipretty
6 April 2018|
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Response from Bobbie D | Reviewed this property |
If you go to the BridgeClimb website it details all of the climbs. If you click to purchase, it will bring up a matrix that shows the different climbs/times and pricing.
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