Sydney Harbour Bridge

Freya Godfrey
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One of the most recognisable sights in the city, Sydney Harbour Bridge rises up behind Sydney Opera House, connecting central Sydney and its business district, the CBD, to North Shore. It’s perhaps best known for the yearly fireworks display that takes place here on 31st December to welcome in the new year. Sydney Harbour Bridge opened in 1932, and is the world’s second-longest wide-span bridge. Traffic, a rail line and pedestrians can cross the bridge, and by following the pedestrian pathway, you can take in brilliant views over the water. But for the very best vista, go all out by booking a BridgeClimb, scaling ladders over the upper arch or following the steel steps inside the arch. The experience takes around three hours in total and costs from $198 AUD, and you’ll be equipped with outdoor gear, although come prepared by wearing comfortable, practical clothing. While visiting in the morning will give you the chance to take in clear views over Sydney from the bridge, it’s also worth coming again around sunset to see the silhouette of the bridge in front of a colourful sky. Image by Simon from Pixabay; image by pattyjansen from Pixabay
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  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney NSW, Australia
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