An incredible way to see Sydney is via the BridgeClimb, a massive 1300 step bridge that ascends over the city with 360-degree panoramic views. The climb is a 3-hour trek and can be scheduled from early morning to night although the twilight tour is sure to be the most popular as climbers can stop to watch the sunset.
More about BridgeClimb:BridgeClimb equips you to scale to the summit of the nationally-adored Sydney Harbour Bridge. The brainchild of businessman Paul Cave, this incredible local experience became a reality after Paul pioneered a group climb as part of the Young Presidents Organisation World Congress in 1989. Nine years later, BridgeClimb opened to the public.
Since this time, BridgeClimb has established itself as an integral part of the Sydney scene. We love the Bridge and have celebrated its key milestones with Bridge workers, descendants of chief engineer JJC Bradfield, and Sydneysiders alike. We have given over $4.5 million worth of climbs to charities, schools, and other organizations. We are proud to have facilitated nearly 3 million local and international visitors to climb the Bridge and honored to be considered the #1 unmissable experience of Sydney. Opened in 1932, it is the world’s largest (but not longest) steel-arch bridge. Loved by the locals, the Bridge is at the heart of Sydney celebrations such as the annual New Year’s Eve fireworks and the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games announcement.
To Sydneysiders, The Bridge is more than a photogenic landmark. It's much bigger, much more important than that. We've driven it, walked it, drifted under it, and felt that feeling when you glimpse it through the window of a homeward-bound Boeing. The Sydney Harbour Bridge belongs to us. And we want to share it with the world. Scaling one of Australia’s best-loved icons is an unforgettable journey of sight and sound. From its fascinating underbelly, along its majestic arch, and peaking at its 134m high summit – BridgeClimb offers you the chance to immerse yourself in the spirit of Sydney. Nearly 3 million local and international people, from as young as ten to the wise old age of 100, have ascended the great arches to stand at the summit. We have welcomed all sorts – loved-up couples, big families, local school teams, worldly backpackers, and the latest celebs.