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Scale to the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and discover fresh perspectives on the city below with an Indigenous Storyteller as your guide. This three hour experience offers a unique and unmissable immersion into Aboriginal stories and landmarks across Sydney Harbour.
Two decades ago thousands of Australians walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the name of reconciliation. Now is your chance to scale to the summit with an Indigenous Storyteller as your guide.
With Burrawa, a local Aboriginal word that means “above” or “upwards”, climbers step through history with stories that span thousands of years to the present day. Gaze out to the ocean through Aboriginal eyes. Look down on the shores where Patyegarang taught William Dawes the language of Sydney. Learn the origins of the familiar place names that circle the water’s edge, Bennelong Point and Barangaroo.
With a view that is celebrated around the world, this special event offers a rare opportunity to broaden our understanding and appreciation of the harbour city.
The Burrawa Climb journeys along the upper arch of the Bridge. Latching on at the Climb Base below the Bradfield Highway, you will walk below the road-deck until you reach the South-East Pylon. There you will go up four ladders to the start of the upper arch. With the Summit in your sight, your journey continues along the Bridge’s upper arch on the Opera House side until you hit the top. After a Summit celebration with your group, you will cross to the west-side to make your descent to Climb Base.
This is a 3 hour experience operating year round.
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Adult Ticket Price includes a $10 donation to charity partner - Tribal Warrior
All guests must review the detailed Pre-Climb Checklist (link above) prior to climbing
Bridge Climb Sydney, 3 Cumberland St, The Rocks, NSW.