Walk the bridge for a free view


The Sydney Harbor Bridge opened in 1932 and has become one of Australia’s most loved icons and is recognised all around the world and you can walk this massive steel structure for free. Sure you can drive across it for $3 or take the train or even climb the arch for a fee but if your budget is tight and you still want to see the magnificent harbor from a different perspective then put on your walking shoes and go for a stroll. The bridge is 1149 metres long making it still one of the worlds greatest bridges. For an even better view from the bridge and for under $10 take the two hundred stairs up the south pylon and see the view from 87 metres above the harbour. There are some facinating displays and you never know who you might see along the way, event the Cookie Monster, Elmo and Bob the Builder have braved the stairs for a look at the Sydney skyline.

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