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Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb: InsiderTake a unique journey through the cathedral of steel, along the lower arch and up to the Summit on this unforgetable tour
What to Expect
Take this step-by-step joruney (1,002 to be exact) through the heart of the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge before bursting out to the glorious summit!
As you ascend the lower arch you’ll be surrounded by beams of steel and the hustle and bustle of the traffic below, enabling you to appreciate the beauty in the Bridge’s construction, and enjoy the breathtaking 360-degree views that surround you.
This climb allows you to get up close and personal with the Bridge and experience a unique inside perspective, while the breathtaking views you’ll experience along the way will live long in your memory, as will the stories from your expert climb leader!
Latching on at the climb base below the Bradfield Highway, you will walk on catwalks directly over Sydney Harbour past the South-East Pylon, until you meet the base of the Bridge’s lower arch on the Opera House side.
Here you will commence your ascent as you rise to the peak of the lower arch. At this point, you will break through to the upper arch by taking a staircase to the summit. After a summit celebration with your group, you cross the spine of the Bridge to the Darling Harbour side to make your descent back down to the climb base.
About Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the most well known and photographed landmarks in Australia. It is the largest (but not the longest) steel arch bridge in the world, with the top of the bridge standing 134 metres above the Harbour. Locals call the bridge the 'Coathanger', because of its arch-based design.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. To participate you must be 8 years and over 1.2 metres tall. Children aged 8 to 15 must be accompanied by an adult, with a maximum of three children per adult.
When considering whether this activity will be right for your child, we would like you to consider the following:
- Safety is, and always will be, our number one priority for all of our Climbers.
- We will equip kids of this age in smaller BridgeSuits, belts, mittens, or fleeces based on the day’s weather conditions.
- Climbing the Bridge is an all-age experience. The stories our Climb Leaders share during the experience is appropriate for a broad age range.
- Children will be required to climb with and next to their parent/guardian.
- To climb the Bridge, children must be 8 years old and 120cm tall to participate.
- Parents/guardians must remain with their children throughout the Climb experience, and must assist BridgeClimb staff by managing their equipment preparation and behaviour.
No. Anyone who can sustain moderate physical exertion up to 3½ hours over 1.75km should find the BridgeClimb. The oldest climber, Mrs Chris Muller, reached the summit at 100 years old.
If you’re 75 years of age, or over, you can climb with a Certificate of Fitness signed by your GP. Please, download this form from our website and bring it with you on the day.
In most cases, yes. We have helped thousands of people challenge their fear of heights by climbing to the top of the Bridge.
Acrophobia is a common fear. In fact many of this tour's 3.2 million Climbers came with nerves, not yet certain if they could muster the courage to set foot on the iconic steel arches.
We’re here to support you before during and after your BridgeClimb. We will answer questions, demonstrate just how safe BridgeClimb is, keep your mind engaged and your eyes on the prize.
We love and share in the pride in our Climbers who Face their Fear. Is your pulse racing at the thought? Don’t underestimate yourself. With support from The Supplier and from loved ones you’d be surprise what you can do!
If you are less than 24 weeks pregnant, you can participate with a signed Certificate of Fitness Form from your GP. We'll provide you with the form if you if you leave a request for the form in the comment box on the booking form. If you are over 24 weeks pregnant you cannot climb.
Yes. We encourage climbers who wear hearing aids to leave them safely in their lockers to prevent damage or loss while they are on the Bridge. We have a variety of headsets available and many of our hearing impaired climbers have agreed that these allowed them to enjoy the commentary delivered by their Climb Leader.
We also offer Auslan Climbs. On an Auslan Climb you’ll be accompanied by an Australian Sign Language interpreter who will interpret the commentary about Sydney and its world famous Bridge. These Climbs occur twice a month.
We do our best to help everyone climb. To participate you need to have a general level of health and fitness, and the ability to climb independently.
We do our best to help everyone climb. To participate you need to have a general level of health and fitness, and the ability to climb independently. To find out more, please contact us.
The conditions vary based on the day’s weather. You can expect to possibly:
- climb ladders and walk on catwalks
- participate in prolonged stair climbing
- walk along uneven surfaces and via narrow passageways
- be exposed to all weather conditions
No, unfortunately not. Climbers cannot take loose objects, including cameras, phones or GoPros, on the Bridge. This is to safeguard against anything falling from the Bridge. The Supplier provides secure lockers for you to keep your camera or any loose objects in during your Climb. Our photographically-trained Climb Leaders will capture photos of you during your Climb.
Essential medication, like inhalers or diabetic medication, can be taken on the Climb. Please speak to staff on the day.
It is approximately 2 hours 40 minutes.
The Supplier equips you in all the outdoor gear you’ll need for your Climb based on the day’s weather conditions and our health & safety essentials. Please wear comfortable clothing on the day of your Climb in case you need to wear it under your suit for warmth. Please wear comfortable, enclosed rubber-soled shoes such as running, sport or hiking shoes. PVC and leather-soled shoes are not ideal.
Yes. The key to a smooth proposal at the summit is to notify The Supplier at the time of your booking. They are experienced at discretely helping many couples become engaged at the top thanks to a special ring safety attachment.
Climbers must be 8 years or over and be at least 120cm, be of sound mind and in good health
Climbers must have a blood-alcohol reading below 0.05 to climb (the same as if you are driving in Australia)
For safety and security reasons, cameras, video technology, mobile devices, jewelry, watches and other loose items are prohibited on the climb
This is an all-weather activity; The Supplier will equip clients with all the outdoor gear they’ll need for their climb, based on the day’s weather conditions. In case of extreme weather like electrical storms or during times of extremely high wind, climbs may be postponed. Health and Safety Exceptions: There are some things that will prevent you from participating, including:
a. A fit or seizure in the last six months
b. Broken bones
c. If you are more than 24 weeks pregnant
d. You’re under 8 years of age
e. You’re under 1.2 metres tall
f. If you’re showing symptoms of COVID-19 please do not visit, instead seek medical attention. Call your doctor, your
local Emergency Department or healthdirect on 1800 022 222 and avoid contact with others. If you do arrive at BridgeClimb with flu-like
symptoms, you may be refused entry to BridgeClimb.
Every 3 children aged 8-15 years inclusive must be accompanied by one adult participant on all climbs
Climb rates and periods are subject to change and at the discretion of The Supplier
In the event that a booking is cancelled, the following fees will apply:
Cancellation and Variation for reservations of 1 to 14 Participants:
Cancellations more than 14 days before departure: No fee
Cancellations 13 days to 72 hours of departure: $25 per adult ticket charged for each Climb cancelled. Changes may be made to the Climb date or time for a fee of $30 per booking
Cancellations within 72 hours or less: 50% fee charged for each Climb cancelled. Changes may be made to the Climb date or time for a fee of $100 per booking
Please note: Rescheduling at any time is subject to availability and price differences and will occur a $100 fee per booking
Cancellation and Variation for reservations of 15 to 200 Participants:
Cancellations more than 15 days or more before departure: No cancellation fees charged if changes made more than 15 days prior to climb. No part of the deposit
will be refunded if number of participants drops below 50% of the original number of participants booked.
Cancellations 14 days or less before departure: 100% fee charged for each climb cancelled. No changes permitted to climb date or time.
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