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April fool’s

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On 1 April, eight climbers were treated to a big surprise: a world-first flash mob 134 metres above the Sydney Harbour in a salute to April’s Fool’s Day. The unsuspecting climbers began ascending the iconic bridge for what they believed to be a traditional BridgeClimb experience. When they reached the top they were surrounded from […]

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A Mahjong battle 134m above the harbour

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Today, in a premiere event, a game of Mahjong took place on the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The players, Pauline Heng, Tony Liu, Winnie Kiu and Jak Heng, scaled to the summit of the Bridge, 134 metres above sea level, and tested each other’s skills in this sport which combines strategy, skill and […]

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3 million climbers

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 […]

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Traditional lion dance welcomes The Mandarin Climb

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 […]

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Hip hip hooray – the beloved coathanger is 80 today

This morning, along with the rest of Australia, we celebrated the 80th anniversary of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. To mark the occasion, the Sydney Symphony performed “Fanfare for the Common Man” – an homage to the Bridge, and to all the people who helped to create the beloved ‘coathanger’ – at the summit of the […]

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