So beautiful! Worth a visit in the day and in the evening when the bridge is lit up!
Unfortunately I didn’t have time to walk across or do the famous bridge walk, maybe I’ll tackle these the next time I’m in Sydney!
This is not a over-the-bridge walk review since I didn’t do it and there is a separate review landmark for that.
The bridge is iconic alongside the Sydney Opera House and you can not only walk across normally, over it, but also below it in The Rocks area. The bridge is a great backdrop for pictures.
If you’ve seen photos of Sydney, they’ve probably been of the harbor and most likely the opera house. But probably also of this bridge.
When it was constructed in 1932! it was the tallest/widest/fanciest, and even though it is no longer some of those things. It’s still a pretty nice bridge that is well kept up and if you’re a pedestrian there are even some nice guard type people patrolling…probably making sure we aren’t jumpers or something.
The cars go in the middle and pedestrians are on the opera side of the car bit. Cyclists are on the opposite side.
The bridge affords great views and even when it’s warm, there are great breezes. You can climb a tower on the pedestrian side closest to the Rocks; it costs about $20aud and is only 200 steps… I did not participate. Or you can pay beaucoup bucks to climb the bridge which is perhaps too athletic for me.
As I was staying across the harbor I walked across the bridge a couple of times to enjoy the views and the breezes
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