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Sea Cliff Bridge

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Coalcliff, New South Wales, Australia
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Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Coalcliff, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Bridge was actually shorter than expected but could get spectacular views on it. We drove from Sydney to Wollongong and took the same way back. We also stopped at the southern end of the Bridge and walked 2/3 of the Bridge towards north. Parking...More

Thank Sunny W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

park at coalcliff performing arts centre and walk the whole way and back make sure you tie down your hat its a long drop

Thank Ed W
Reviewed October 8, 2017

Chose a beautiful day to drive up the coast with some friends from Victoria...didn't tell them about the Sea Cliff Bridge until we were almost upon it. They were pleasantly surprised. Great feat of engineering!

Thank race8no9
Reviewed September 30, 2017

We took the scenic route from Wollongong and we were thrill by the drive on the bridge. It was a unique experience with the cliff on one side and the ocean on the other. We then walk along the bridge and it is quite exhilarating...More

Thank Dennis T
Reviewed September 25, 2017

We had an easy walk across the bridge on a very hot morning and marvelled at its construction. It is a shame the very informative board was slightly vandalised but we could still read it.

Thank DavidMay1945
Reviewed September 21, 2017

Scenic drive to Wollongong couldnt get any better especially with the Sea Cliff Bridge! Easy drive with breathtaking views! Would love to walk on the bridge next time!

Thank MsRach_RBM
Reviewed September 14, 2017

We took the South Coast Train fro Sydney to Scarborough and then walked across the Bridge to Coalcliff for a Picnic lunch in the Reseve , the got the Bus back to Thirroul . The walk is very easy as it is all flat ....More

Thank edwinf1
Reviewed September 10, 2017

Visit this place in spring, or winter (wild and wooly), or summer bright and fabulous - but come see this place. Drive across it and then walk the length and marvel at the ocean views and how the engineers have created a series of curves...More

1  Thank marksmail
Reviewed August 27, 2017

If you walk this scenic bridge it is great. Drive it and it is over in under 1 minute. The railings are to high to see over even when in an SUV.

5  Thank Patrick R
Reviewed August 7, 2017

Easy almost level walk on a wide footpath offering wonderful views out over the ocean and also of the cliffs on the western side. Well worth the time to walk the whole length and make sure you see the old loading area at the southern...More

1  Thank Michael N
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tbl168
May 15, 2016|
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Response from annmG4608WJ | Reviewed this property |
Hi we (the girls) went by train and the guys went buy car. We got of at coal cliff station, don't forget to tap off when you get off the train, because once you have crossed the bridge, there isn't a tap off the other side... More
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