School Excursion Climb
The School Excursion Climb provides an insight into the history of Sydney and one of the city’s oldest examples of architecture, and is suitable for a single class, year group or entire school.
This special group Climb is a fun and engaging learning experience, making it an excursion that students will always remember. It’s rare to be 134m in the air and learning about what you are actually standing on, how it was built and the stories that make up its colourful history - a school activity that is completely unique.
Students can climb from 8 years of age and above, and must be at least 1.2 metres in height. Teachers must supervise students on the climb, and depending on the age group, a ratio of one adult to every two to three students is required.
- Guided Climb with Bridge facts and Sydney history commentary by your expert Climb Leader
- Complimentary use of BridgeClimb's Event Space for pre or post-climb workshops with optional catering (subject to availability)
- Complimentary group photo at the Summit
- Commemorative BridgeClimb Cap
- Certificate of Achievement
CLIMB ROUTE OPTIONS
Summit (3 hours) – take in the unmissable views of Sydney as you ascend the upper arch of the Bridge on our original Climb experience. Your journey will take you along the very top of the iconic landmark, 134 metres above the harbour. This Climb suits everyone including kids who are confident scaling ladders along the route to reach the top.
Summit Express (2.5 hours) – You will feel like you are inside the iconic Harbour Bridge, as you climb the stairs of the lower arch surrounded by beams of steel and the hustle and bustle of the traffic below. The Summit Express route provides a unique perspective into the Bridge's architecture, before reaching the top for a Summit celebration and a moment to take in the 360° panorama of Sydney.
Not sure which Climb is best for your school excursion? No worries! We can answer all of your questions and provide you with a bespoke quote. Contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org