Santa Climbs Sydney Harbour Bridge to Plot His Delivery Route

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 information on the names and hometowns of a few of the boys and girls who have been good this year, to help plan the flight path Rudolf the Reindeer will lead on Christmas Eve.

Elf Alabaster Snowball, told Santa Samantha from Bankstown has been very helping to her mummy this year. Elf Bushy Evergreen noted Chris from Bondi has been kind to his little sister. Elf Wunorse Openslae reported that Mel from Liverpool has been making new friends and Elf Sugarplum Mary has seen Matt from Mosman striving hard at school.

Santa said from the summit, “There are millions and millions of boys and girls around the world who have been good this year. We want to be sure to get presents delivered to all of them, so we have to be clever and take the very best flight path.

“There’s no better view of Sydney and surrounds to help us plan our route than from the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, 134 metres above the beautiful harbour!”

Santa also let slip to the BridgeClimb team he would be back on Christmas Day to surprise some Climbers making their 1,332 step journey over the iconic arches, as has been his tradition for many years now.

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