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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 92%Local Culture
- 73%Adventure Travelers
- 70%Budget Travelers
- 66%Luxury Travelers
- 63%History Buffs
- 57%Art & Design Lovers
User Reviews (93 Reviews)
- Sydney Harbour BridgeMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7Feb 01, 2014
It was great as one of my first things to see in Australia as the sun rose over the harbor. I did not do any of the site seeing activities on the bridge but it is quite beautiful just to see from the harbor.
- Sydney Harbour BridgeAmbassadorMember ofStudentsBackpackersFeb 24, 2014
One of the sister icons of Sydney Harbor, the Harbour Bridge offers its own adventures. You can pay a load of money to strap yourself to a harness and climb it, which I've heard is well worth it - or do as I did, and take the free walk across the car-level path, which offers great views of the harbor and Opera House.
- Sydney Harbour BridgeOct 20, 2013
Also known as the Coathanger Bridge, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is almost as iconic as the Opera House. It graces the harbor with its presence and dazzles when lit up at night. You can climb to the top of the bridge with a tour group and guide for an astronomical fee (something like $300). My feeling: admire it from land.
- Sydney Harbour BridgeMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsOct 18, 2013
Call it a giant coathanger or a giant mouthguard, the Harbour Bridge is still a thoroughly lovely piece of architecture, and as much a part of the city's iconic harbor scenery as its famous opera house. Take a stroll up Argyle street and onto the bridge walkway -- opportunities for panoramic shots of the city are great from near the span's north edge.
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- Sydney Harbour BridgeMar 11, 2013
I have to admit, I didn't think climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge was that cool. Everyone said I MUST do this in Sydney, and I was on the fence given it costs around $225 USD. I saw so many beautiful photos of people on the bridge with the Opera House in the background and never wanted to regret not doing this, so I decided to. You have to book in advance, and on my day it was so windy and rainy you could barely stand up straight on the bridge. We had to wear full rain suits over our bridge suits, and we looked ridiculous. I had to tie my hood so tight so that my hat wouldn't fly off. It was a terrible experience. That being said, if you get a nice day, it's probably a lot more enjoyable. For the price - eeeeeh - I could have spent that money having a nice meal somewhere or shopping.
- Sydney Harbour BridgeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 3Mar 06, 2013
Just walking up the stairs in one of the supports gets you a great view of the city and the waterfront. If your brave you can go up the actual bridge, but the view is wonderful from the bridge deck or the top!