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Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Horizontal Waterfalls described by David Attenborough as ‘the 8th Natural Wonder of the World.’<br><br>Buccaneer Archipelago, home to 1,000 islands made of Precambrian sandstone over 2 billion years old.<br><br>Koolan and Cockatoo Island, home to the world's richest iron ore deposits.<br><br>Explore Kooljaman at Cape Leveque with refreshments and a swim. Home of the Bardi Jawi people, one of the only sea faring Aboriginal tribes in Australia.<br><br>Coastal return flight along the bays and beaches of the Dampier Peninsula with views of Beagle Bay, James<br><br>Price Point, Willie Creek Pearl Farm and Broome's world-famous Cable Beach.<br><br>Breakfast/Lunch or Morning/Afternoon tea provided depending on tour departure times.<br><br>*The Horizontal Waterfalls is a natural phenomenon which is tide dependent with variable flow. Whilst we do our very best to arrive at a time of optimum flow, we cannot guarantee the amount or level of water flowing through the Horizontal Waterfalls at any given time.<br>*prices at minimum 4 passengers
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hugibr75 wrote a review Oct 22
Newport, United Kingdom108 contributions17 helpful votes
It’s should be on everyone’s list to walk or go across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Amazing views of opera house
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Dianalouise49 wrote a review Oct 17
Sydney, Australia23 contributions5 helpful votes
We went on the Bridge Climb with friends for my birthday. It was the best birthday experience I have ever had. We had perfect weather so the views were out of this world. The climb is pretty easy as they take it very slowly with plenty of stops to take it all in. It's a bucket lister.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Sue R wrote a review Oct 12
11 contributions13 helpful votes
Great walk after dinner and a sunset cocktail. Good finish to the evening. There were still a lot of people walking across the bridge and security guards are present to ensure everyone's safety
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Chris H wrote a review Oct 10
Sydney, Australia75 contributions25 helpful votes
We have always wanted to ‘do’ the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb since we moved here 7 years ago, and after booking a weekend hotel stay we finally booked a Summit climb. The weather was very kind, bright blue skies, mid twenties C, and a light breeze, so perfect conditions. The whole experience took about 3.5 hours from arriving and preparation, with probably 2.5 hours actually on the bridge. Prep is very through, and our guide (Ali) was great, taking the time to engage with every single person in the group. My wife isn’t great with heights but very much more at ease after a chat with Ali. The only part of the climb that in reality that might make some nervous is the two sets of steep steps that lead on to and off the arches of the bridge. They’re called ladders, but they are wide stair cases rather than ladders, with hand rails, and of course you’re clipped in via the safety harnesses. The views were fantastic, locally and far and wide, and right across to the Blue Mountains. I think it’s easy to forget that Sydney is built on one of the most picturesque harbours in the world, and we were lucky to see it at its best. The only downside is the 100% restriction on taking a camera of any sort despite plenty of opportunities to make it safe - as they do with their own gear you have to wear - and even such things as fitness trackers. This of course drives silly prices for the photos they take of you, which of course you end up taking - it just feels like a rip off on top of the pretty expensive Apart from that minor gripe, we recommenced this marvellous experience to locals and tourists alike.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Sue B wrote a review Oct 8
Terrigal, Australia51 contributions42 helpful votes
Was great to walk acriss the bridge after living in Sydney my whole life and never doing it. Only took about 15 mins but there are plenty of photo opportunities. The pilon where you can get really good unobstructed photos is unfortunately closed at the moment due to Covid. We walked down to the jetty next to Luna Park and caught the ferry back to Circular Quay. It was a super quick trip being only about 8 mins or so.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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