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Australia: Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

Absorb 360-degree panoramic views as you journey to the Summit on Sydney’s living icon.

Latching on at the Climb Base below the Bradfield Highway, you will walk below the road-deck until you reach the South-East Pylon. There you will go up four ladders to the start of the upper arch. With the Summit in your sight, your journey continues along the Bridge’s upper arch on the Opera House side until you hit the top. After a Summit celebration with your group, you will cross to the Darling Harbour side to make your descent to Climb Base.

Every ticket to the top includes a BridgeClimb cap and certificate of achievement.

  • 360-degree panoramic
  • Summit on Sydney’s living icon.
  • Summit celebration
  • includes a BridgeClimb cap
  • includes certificate of achievement.

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Every ticket to the top includes a BridgeClimb cap and certificate of achievement.

  • Wear comfortable, enclosed rubber-soled shoes with shoe-laces, such as running, sport or hiking shoes and don’t forget your sunglasses (if the sun is shining!).
  • We recommend wearing comfortable clothing (eg. sports or activewear) that is weather appropriate as you may need to wear this under your Climb suit for extra comfort during cold weather. We’ll equip you with everything else you need for your Climb, based on the day’s conditions.
  • Essential medication like asthma inhalers can be taken up on the Climb by your Climb Leader. Please ensure you advise us when you check-in.

  • To complete the Climb you will need: A reasonable level of fitness and strength. Full body control and hand-eye-foot co-ordination. The ability to climb independently (unsupported by walking aids).
  • Every Participant must complete a BridgeClimb Declaration Form before climbing. This will be provided to you on the day.
  • The following may impact your ability to climb safely: If you are pregnant; If you are 75 years or age or over; All heart conditions (including low or high blood pressure); All respiratory conditions; Back, limb or joint injuries; Missing limbs or part thereof, inclusive of prosthetics; Vertigo, dizziness or loss of balance; visual impairment (except wearing prescription glasses or contact lenses), and learning difficulties.
  • Our Climb experiences include: Climbing high ladders and catwalks; Prolonged stair climbing; Uneven surfaces and narrow passageways; Exposure to all weather conditions
  • Pregnant Participants less than 24 weeks are required to consult a medical practitioner before climbing and must ask the medical practitioner to sign a BridgeClimb Certificate of Fitness Form. If you are over 24 weeks pregnant you cannot climb.
  • Participants 75 years of age and over are required to consult a medical practitioner before climbing and must ask the medical practitioner to sign a BridgeClimb Certificate of Fitness Form.
  • At BridgeClimb’s discretion, essential medication may be taken on the Climb (For example, asthma inhalers or diabetic medication). Please speak with a BridgeClimb Team Member on the day.
  • If you believe your health and safety, or that of other Participants, may be put at risk by you taking part, you should not join the Climb. If you have concerns about your ability to participate safely, please consult your treating doctor. We recommend that all customers with any concerns read BridgeClimb’s Certificate of Fitness Form prior to Climbing.
  • Please be aware that even if you have made a reservation, BridgeClimb reserves the right to decline participation or modify your chosen climbing experience. The health and safety conditions of climbing are subject to change at BridgeClimb’s discretion.
  • The minimum age to Climb is 8 and the minimum height is 1.2 metres. One adult can accompany up to 3 children (8-15 years old).
  • You must have a blood alcohol reading below 0.05 to climb. Everyone is breathalysed by our staff and anyone over the limit cannot continue.