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Santa Climbs Sydney Harbour Bridge to Plot His Delivery Route

Posted on December 7, 2016
Santa and elves climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge

On Wednesday 7th December, Santa and four of his most adventurous elves made a stop on the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, to observe the best vantage point in Sydney and start plotting their Christmas present delivery route. As they took in the 360 degree view of Sydney and surrounds, the elves fed Santa […]

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Dream to Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge Despite Cerebral Palsy

Posted on December 3, 2016
Andrew West Climber Story

On Thursday 1 December, despite the challenges of Cerebral Palsy, 21 year old Andrew achieved his dream of climbing to the top of the Sydney harbour Bridge, two days ahead of International Day of People with Disability. Andrew set his sights on the summit on his 21st birthday more than 6 months ago. His journey […]

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BridgeClimb Wins 2016 NSW Tourism Award for Major Tourist Attraction

Posted on November 25, 2016

On Thursday 24th November, at Luna Park, BridgeClimb Sydney won the 2016 NSW Tourism Award for Major Tourist Attraction. This is a prestigious award presented annually by the NSW Business Chamber marking excellence in the tourism industry and demonstrated outstanding achievement over the past 12 months. BridgeClimb, led by our Founder and Chairman Paul Cave, […]

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Starlight Kids Dance the Monster Mash on the Sydney Harbour Bridge for Halloween

Posted on October 28, 2016
Halloween Climb

On Friday 28 October, three Halloween Monsters led seven face-painted children from the Starlight Children’s Foundation (Starlight), in a unique rendition of The Monster Mash, after they trick-or-treated their way to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Halloween celebrations saw the children and their families enjoy some spooky ghost and ghoul stories, integrated […]

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WeChat Scam Costs Chinese Consumers at Australian Tourism Companies Upwards of $100,000

Posted on October 20, 2016

On Thursday 20th October, BridgeClimb Sydney issued a warning to its consumers, through social media and all Chinese booking confirmation emails, to be wary of a recent credit card payment scam using the WeChat platform. The scam, targeting Chinese consumers of Australian companies including BridgeClimb Sydney and other Australian tourism attractions, is believed to have […]

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