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BridgeClimb

3 Cumberland St, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
+61 2 8274 7777
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“bridge climb” (1,335 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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3 Cumberland St, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
The Rocks
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+61 2 8274 7777

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Went on one of the night climbs with my boyfriend. Was very nervous as i am not a fan of heights but our tour guide was amazing and made us all feel really comfortable. Danny (climb guide) had a really great knowledge of Sydney and...More

Thank maddielh7
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The climb is carried out by very well trained and professional guides.We both loved our climb, it was fun and exhilarating and worth the money. I am 63 and there were many older than me on our day, I will do it again as long...More

Thank oldwigs60
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Did it the second time last week and I still loved and enjoyed it. It wasn't as exciting as the first time (obviously) but the view from up there is breathtaking! A few tips: 1) You are not allowed to bring anything with you (wallet,...More

3  Thank Daniel L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I didn't think I could get through this physically, but it really wasn't that bad. I got winded a couple of times, and, with no breeze, perspired a lot in the suits they provide, but it was well worth every cent. My wife and I...More

Thank StanL70
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We have been travelling Aus for 3 months so far and this is by far the best thing we have done. It was a beautiful day and the views from the top of the bridge were incredible. Our tour leader Emma was fab and really...More

Thank MissTitley33
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We booked the twilight climb and unfortunately, it was a cloudy rainy day. However, that didnt stop us enjoying ourselves! From start to finish the entire process is very well organised and all the staff are very friendly. We booked the climb which took 3...More

Thank Jane C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent day and worthy of every dollar Kiwi Kim was a great guide and put everyone at ease and knew lots about the bridge and sights Well organised and easy to find a must do when in Sydney Not physically too challenging and despite being...More

Thank Bexster1981
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Safety is number one and they work hard to make you comfortable with this climb. Push your envelope, getting past the lower span is the hardest, then it's cake. The views are incredible and worth every cent. Even get you on a video to take...More

Thank Brad E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I can suggest only one thing you really must do in Sydney - its the BridgeClimb. I completed my climb at night time and was honoured to see the Opera House lit up with Poppies to mark the significant date. This is not a cheap...More

Thank 890happyshopper
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On my first visit to Sydney, I just walked across the Harbour Bridge because paying more than $200 to climb it was above my budget then. When I came back last month, I finally decided to give it a try and I was so glad...More

Thank RamblingRunner
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SunshineLenny70
Hello There, am travelling to Sydney end of May and the bridge climb is on my list. Am just curious what 'type' of climb you did: The Sampler (1 1/5 hr) vs Express (2 1/2 hr) vs The Full Climb (3 hrs) ? What would you recommend? Did you do the day climb vs Twilight? Thank you
28 April 2017|
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Response from ds00044724 | Reviewed this property |
You really have to do the full climb, the sampler is really geared towards the cruise liners and is no where near as good. Look at their website to make an informed decision. I did a day climb and it was great
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Brittany B
Can we bring cameras and phones on the climb as long as they are not loose?? If not, how much are the photo packages?
21 April 2017|
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Response from HAVEFUN000 | Reviewed this property |
No, you cannot. It is a safety requirement, as there are cars and people below. They take your photo at the top of the bridge.
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S S
Hello all, I want to do to the Bridge climb but am worried about getting thirsty whilst up top (I drink water like it's going out of fashion!) I assume we can't carry water ... or can we? I wouldn't be able to go for over 3 hours without a drink. Any advise? Thanks, Sarah
22 March 2017|
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Response from Victoria M | Reviewed this property |
Your mind will not be on water (or lack of)! Your primary focus will be the technicality and movement of the climb and the beauty surrounding you - before you know it, it's over!
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