5 Cumberland Street,
Sydney.

Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the most renowned bridges in Australia. It was opened in 1932 and is still marvelled at for its design and its magnitude. Why not try to climb all 200 stairs which will lead you to Pylon Lookout enabling you to view the whole city, as well as renowned attractions such as Sydney Port and Sydney Opera House.

You can also visit BridgeClimb which enables you to reach the highest point of Sydney Harbour Bridge, or discover its history at the Pylon Lookout museum which displays objects and tools used to make the bridge as well as information about JJC Bradfield, the engineer responsible for building the bridge.

The museum also includes a model of the bridge and a display showing the construction process. The galleries will unveil some of your burning questions such as how many rivets where used during the building process and how many people crossed it before it was opened.

Sydney Guide | Monuments in Sydney

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