World First Love Talent Show on the Sydney Harbour Bridge For Chinese Valentine’s Day

Couples Enjoy Romantic BridgeClimb with Surprise Performances at the Summit

On Chinese Valentine’s Day, August 20th, BridgeClimb invited four Sydney based Mandarin-speaking couples to the city’s most spectacular location, the summit of Sydney Harbour Bridge, for a unique display of romance and talent.

The event celebrated the connection between loved ones, with the Bridge a perfect symbol for the annual meeting point of the two banished lovers at the centre of the mythological tale behind the special day, also known as Qixi Festival.

After enjoying the panoramic views as they ascended the famous arch, the couples were surprised by the sweet sounds of a violinist performing a rendition of The Moon Represents My Heart at the Bridge summit, which had been decorated for the occasion in red drapes, the colour of love and of Chinese celebration.

As the female partners were soon shocked and delighted to discover, the surprises didn’t end there. Their male companions had each secretly prepared a performance for their partners, including a moving song dedication, a charming dance routine, and a poetry reading.

Afterwards, the overjoyed couples were treated to a romantic finale high above Sydney Harbour, as the violinist played Celine Dion’s classic love song, My Heart Will Go On.

Nicole Ji said, “I’m still so surprised! I was very excited to be taking part in a romantic Climb on Valentine’s Day, but being serenaded by Kevin at the summit was just magical and a memory I’ll always treasure. I can’t believe he kept the secret from me this whole time!”

BridgeClimb Mandarin launched in January 2013 and has seen China become the fastest growing international market at BridgeClimb.

In recent years, BridgeClimb has hosted many special events and created several Climb products connected to Sydney’s globally renowned festivals, such as Vivid Sydney and Chinese New Year.

This year marked the launch of the first bespoke Chinese New Year product, The Karaoke Climb, which complete with two giant plasma screens, microphones, and a song list featuring Chinese Karaoke favourites, allows Climbers to sing their hearts out with family and friends 134 metres above the harbour.

Australia is a key holiday destination for Chinese visitors, with over 600,000 here last year. BridgeClimb will continue to invest in innovations and events that help us connect with the Chinese market.

BridgeClimb offers truly memorable experiences, perfect for special occasions, team building events, staff rewards and client entertaining. For more information, please visit or call (02) 8274 7777.