Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

Today marks the 5th month working for my company and it’s been a lovely experience. I’ve been learning heaps, unfortunately I don’t know if what I learn will be applicable to my studies at university.

Every day I have to wake up at 6 am to get ready for work. I leave the house at 6:30 and then catch a train from 6:45 – 7:50. During these travel times I spend a portion of it watching TV shows or movies and sometimes I think about everything around me. How things work, what’s going to happen next, things like that. Straight after the train there’s a bus from Town Hall to work, everyday I pass the Sydney Harbour Bridge but I never had the chance to climb it.

I remember during the lights festival in Sydney, the bridge lit up. You could see it from far away, it was such a lovely sight. I believe it would have been great to be able to climb the bridge during that lights festival. You get to see the world around you, the cars, buses, ships, water. You can see everything. You feel like you are at the top of the world. I haven’t climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge before but this is what I think it would be like.

I’m still quite sceptical about climbing the bridge because of my fear of heights but if someone can convince me to do it then I’d do it hands down.


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So PJ Tours is the brand I will be turning to if I end up climbing the bridge. I know that they have other services such as tours. Blue Mountains Tours, Dolphin Watching, Winery Tours, etc..

The one I’m most interested about though is the Bridge Climbs. I’d like to know when I’m going to work that I climbed that structure, maybe even give me a story to tell people on the bus to work.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge was first opened back in 1932 and was able to be climbed in 1989. Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge has been recognised by Lonely Planet as one of the world’s top 10 “biggest Adrenaline rush” experiences as well as the top “10 best things to climb”.

Experience a 360 degree panorama view of Sydney on a 3 hour journey over the catwalks and ladders of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

The Bridge Climb tours are conducted at various times throughout the day. Choose between a morning sunrise over Sydney, a night lit Sydney view, or a day view of the city during its peak hours. There are also shorter and more intense tours available for those more adventurous with a shorter time schedule.

For more information, feel free to head over to their website. If you have previously purchased services from PJ Tours and would like to share your thoughts and recommendations, we welcome you to post a review on their TrueLocal page.

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