Now that things are starting to open again, lots of us are looking for ways to explore Australia. And one of the most Aussie things we can think of is doing the BridgeClimb.
Scaling the Harbour Bridge is an iconic must-do in Sydney, but it’s normally pretty exxy. Understandable, for those views. But to celebrate the re-opening on June 27, BridgeClimb is offering massive discounts on the experience.
BridgeClimb tickets are 35 percent off from June 27 until July 19.
Until July 19, you can climb the Harbour Bridge for just $198, instead of the usual price that can set you back between $268 to $403. That’s still a lot of cash, but it’s a small price to pay for an incredible post-iso adventure.
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The discounted price is available for weekend climbs between 10am and 3pm until July 19. Both the Summit and Summit Express climbs get the 35 percent off discount, so you can pick the perfect experience to suit your needs (and confidence levels).
The three and a half hour Summit climb takes you along the upper arch of the Bridge for unrivalled panoramic views of the city, 134 metres above the harbour.
The Express climb goes along the lower arch but still rewards you with some one-of-a-kind views over Sydney. There are just over 1000 steps in the two and a half hour Express climb, compared to the whopping 1332 steps in the Summit experience.
Pre-book now for the BridgeClimb Unlocked sale here. Of course, there are limited spaces available on all of the upcoming socially distant climbs, so get in quick if you want to nab the discount.
After you’ve conquered the bridge, why not take full advantage of Sydney as it re-opens by grabbing dinner at a restaurant (wow!).
Or, if you want to get out of the city, check out some of the best getaways in NSW, including road trips to places like Mungo National Park, Jindabyne and Broken Hill.
(Lead image: BridgeClimb)
Alana is the staff writer on AWOL who thinks the best way to travel is by taking spontaneous detours and stopping at every local bakery to try the cakes. She writes a lot about Australian TV, Big Things, cursed food, and theme parks. You can follow her on Instagram @alana.dotcom. It’s mostly dogs she meets along the way.