Sydney Harbour Bridge (Sydney, Australia) Reviews
Description:Probably one of Sydney, and indeed Australia's, most well-known landmarks, the Sydney Harbour Bridge a.k.a. "the ... more
Sydney Harbour Bridge (Sydney, Australia) ... coathanger". It is the world's "largest" (not "longest") steel arch bridge and has dominated the Sydney skyline since 1932 after 9 years of construction. / ""Probably one of Sydney, and indeed Australia's, most well-known landmarks, the Sydney Harbour Bridge a.k.a. "the coathanger". It is the world's "largest" (not "longest") steel arch bridge and has dominated the Sydney skyline since 1932 after 9 years of construction.""
Newest Review: ... go under it in a ferry. Sydney BridgeClimb is the company which can take you for a walk to the top of the bridge. I've heard good reviews of this, but it's a bit pricey for my liking, costing around $200 each. My preferred option would be to fork out the $8 to climb the south east pylon, you get very good views of the city and change to pay for a fancy dinner! To walk across the bridge, ... more
Customer Sydney Harbour Bridge (Sydney, Australia) Reviews (12)
by - written on 24/01/12 (Useful, 24 readings)
Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of my favourite sights in town. It's nothing short of breath taking the first time you drive over it - and you certainly can't count yourself as a "Sydneysider" until you have taken on the several lanes of traffic! There's a number of ways to see the bridge - you can climb it, walk it, or go under it in a ferry. Sydney BridgeClimb is the company which can take you for a walk to the top of the bridge. I've heard good reviews of this, but it's a bit pricey for my liking, costing around $200 each. My preferred option would be to fork out the $8 to climb the south east pylon, you get very good views of the city and change to pay for a .. Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
When we first drove in to Sydney, I remember seeing the Sydney Harbor Bridge and marvelling at being in the midst of such an iconic Australian attraction. The bridge, along with possibly the neighbouring Opera House and Uluru, was one of the main things that I always pictured when thinking about Australia when I was growing up, and now not only could I see it, but in a few days time I'd be climbing it! We had booked our bridge climb whilst back at home on the easy to use website. Various slots can be booked at equally varying prices depending on what time of day you choose to climb - day, night, twilight or "exclusive dawn!" The prices range from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Useful, 25 readings)
On my first day in sydney, my group was taken to see the sydney harbour bridge from the botanical gardens view point. Well it looked just like a postcard, I couldnt believe I was actually seeing it! The bridge crosses sydney harbour, and one of the best ways to see it is to go on a jet boat around the harbour. You go under it, far away from it, right up close. If you dont want to do the bridge climb which takes 3 hours and costs around 100pounds then it can always be admired from the opera house, the botanical gardens, or from the sky tower. The bridge really dominates the central circular quay area. Recently the whole bridge was closed and grass ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I visited Sydney whilst on my honeymoon which had been booked through the tour operator Kuoni. When booking the trip we were given the option of adding attraction visits and paying for them beforehand which we thought was a good idea. We had already decided that the Bridge Climb was something that we definitely wanted to do so we didnt need to think twice when the tour operator asked us if we wished to add it to our trip. The climb was prebooked as a morning visit to take place on one of the days during our stay, the lady explained that we would be given a voucher which we would then need to take to the Bridge Climb office to book our exact slot and day for the climb to . Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/09 (Very useful, 123 readings)
The Sydney Harbour Bridge stands over one of the most beautiful harbours in the world and is one of the most iconic symbols of Australia, being seen in millions of photos of the harbour worldwide and being a backdrop to the Sydney Opera House and the midnight firework celebrations every New Year's Eve. Opened in 1932 it is the world's largest (not longest) bridge, costing over $10 million to build and consisting of 8 lanes of traffic, a footpath, a cycleway and 2 train lines between Sydney's CBD and the North Shore of the harbour. Since 1998 tourists have been able to climb the bridge to take in the spectacular view of the surroundings and thousands of people ... Read the complete review
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