Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney - NSW Landmarks

Landmark: Sydney Harbour Bridge
Address: Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney, 2000, NSW

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is another renowned international symbol that is a staunch reminder that you have arrived in Sydney. This grand old bridge, also known as the 'Coathanger', is the largest steel arch bridge in the world with a 49 metre wide deck also making it the widest Longspan Bridge in the world.

Dr Bradfield came up with the general design of the bridge and carried out supervision of all aspects of its construction as well as engineering expertise. The bridge accommodates eight car lanes, two train lines, a walkway and a cycleway.

Taking over eight years to build the bridge, it was finally officially opened on the 19th March 1932 and 66 years later the mighty Sydney Harbour Bridge became the number one thing to do in Sydney and gave people the chance to take that travel high to another level, literally.

Embark on an exhilarating experience and make your way to the top on a guided climb. The spectacular views of the city, harbour and Opera House will leave you with an unforgettable experience as you stand atop one of the worlds greatest icons.

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