Then & Now: Beryl’s Extraordinary Bridge Story

During our 16 (and a half) years of operation, BridgeClimb has had the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people with interesting stories. Whether their Bridge tale begins the day they climb, or it began long ago and a Climb celebrates that story; we love how the “coathanger” brings so many people together. Sometimes it […]


Rotary & BridgeClimb Smash 2 Bridge Records

BridgeClimb & Rotary International Smash 2 Bridge Records!

On 30 May 2014, new Bridge history was made. More than 300 Rotary members from all over the world took over the arches of the Sydney Harbour Bridge en masse to climb for their cause – End Polio Now.  In doing so they smashed two world records on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Bridge, famously […]


3 million climbers

BridgeClimb's 3 Millionth Climber, Caitlin McWilliams

Today, we welcomed our 3 millionth climber to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Caitlin McWilliams, from Wellington, New Zealand, and her family climbed to the summit of the Bridge, 134 metres above sea level. 11 year old Caitlin is in Australia visiting her dad, who lives in Willoughby, during the school holidays. She […]


Traditional lion dance welcomes The Mandarin Climb

Lion Dance to welcome The Mandarin Climb to the Sydney Harbour Bridge

It was a spectacular sight of east meets west on top of one of Australia’s most recognisable icons today. Lion Dancers, a drummer and three cymbal platers, scaled to the summit of the Bridge, peaking 134 metres above sea level, where they performed the first ever Lion Dance on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. An array […]