Ultimate Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

From: $364.00

  • Max 14 people on the climbing group
  • Stunning views of Sydney landmarks
  • Duration: 3,5 hours
  • Climb 134 meters above Sydney Harbour
  • Sydney history commentary
  • This is a bucket-list adventure




The renowned Sydney Harbour Bridge stands as one of the longest steel-arch bridges globally, stretching an impressive 500 meters and commanding a striking presence over the glittering Sydney Harbour. Traditionally, BridgeClimbers have ascended the south side of the bridge, savoring the breathtaking summit moment—yet a new opportunity now expands the experience.


  • Departs every day

The Climb

Embarking on uncharted heights, the Ultimate Climb represents the most daring ascent in the history of BridgeClimb, and we express that with the utmost significance. Pioneering a groundbreaking experience, it is the first of its kind, enabling climbers to triumphantly traverse the entire span of the iconic “Coathanger” from south to north and back again.

At an elevation of 134 meters above the glistening harbour, climbers are treated to unparalleled views of Sydney from every vantage point. Additionally, participants can proudly boast of officially conquering the entirety of the globally renowned icon.

BridgeClimb Ultimate ensures an exceptional adventure for those new to climbing, offering a thrilling experience. For seasoned BridgeClimbers seeking to elevate their journey and immerse themselves in a fresh perspective of the bridge, it promises a profound sense of accomplishment.


  • 3.5 hours long
  • Max. 14 people per Climb group
  • 1,621 steps
  • This Climb route takes you along both the upper and lower arches on a journey to the North-side of the Bridge
  • Reaches the Summit… twice
  • The most adventurous Climb


  • Certificate of achievement
  • BridgeClimb cap
  • Bridge and Sydney history commentary
  • Dedicated Climb Leader for every 14 Climbers
  • An unforgettable experience
  • Bragging rights of conquering the entire Bridge
  • Plus, let’s not forget those 360-degree views!

Important info before travel

Acrophobia is a common fear. In fact, many of our 4 million climbers came to us with nerves, not yet certain if they could muster the courage to set foot on the iconic steel arches. We’re here to support you before, during, and after your BridgeClimb. We will answer questions, demonstrate just how safe BridgeClimb is, and keep your mind engaged and your eyes on the prize.

  • To complete the Climb you will need: A reasonable level of fitness and strength. Full body control and hand-eye-foot co-ordination. The ability to climb independently (unsupported by walking aids).
  • Every Participant must complete a BridgeClimb Declaration Form before climbing. This will be provided to you on the day.
  • The following may impact your ability to climb safely: If you are pregnant; If you are 75 years or age or over; All heart conditions (including low or high blood pressure); All respiratory conditions; Back, limb or joint injuries; Missing limbs or part thereof, inclusive of prosthetics; Vertigo, dizziness or loss of balance; visual impairment (except wearing prescription glasses or contact lenses), and learning difficulties.
  • Our Climb experiences include: Climbing high ladders and catwalks; Prolonged stair climbing; Uneven surfaces and narrow passageways; Exposure to all weather conditions
  • Pregnant Participants less than 24 weeks are required to consult a medical practitioner before climbing and must ask the medical practitioner to sign a BridgeClimb Certificate of Fitness Form. If you are over 24 weeks pregnant you cannot climb.
  • Participants 75 years of age and over are required to consult a medical practitioner before climbing and must ask the medical practitioner to sign a BridgeClimb Certificate of Fitness Form.
  • At BridgeClimb’s discretion, essential medication may be taken on the Climb (For example, asthma inhalers or diabetic medication). Please speak with a BridgeClimb Team Member on the day.
  • If you believe your health and safety, or that of other Participants, may be put at risk by you taking part, you should not join the Climb. If you have concerns about your ability to participate safely, please consult your treating doctor. We recommend that all customers with any concerns read BridgeClimb’s Certificate of Fitness Form prior to Climbing.
  • Please be aware that even if you have made a reservation, BridgeClimb reserves the right to decline participation or modify your chosen climbing experience. The health and safety conditions of climbing are subject to change at BridgeClimb’s discretion.
  • The minimum age to Climb is 8 and the minimum height is 1.2 metres. One adult can accompany up to 3 children (8-15 years old).
  • You must have a blood alcohol reading below 0.05 to climb. Everyone is breathalysed by our staff and anyone over the limit cannot continue.
  • Please bring with you any prescription glasses (if needed) and comfortable shoes to wear on the Climb. We will equip you with all the outdoor gear you’ll need to climb based on the day’s weather conditions.
  • For safety, you cannot carry anything with you up on the Bridge. This includes cameras, video cameras, Go Pros or mobile phones. We provide lockers to keep your personal belongings in. Your Climb Leader will capture photos of you during your Climb.

The following are the terms of trade of Feliz Puente Pty Ltd ABN 79 625 999 877 (“BridgeClimb Sydney”).  These conditions apply to bookings made from 21 August 2020 onwards, including new bookings made with credit vouchers issued following trip cancellations. If you booked your trip prior to 21 August 2020, your original Booking Conditions still apply and can be found on our archived terms and conditions page.

BridgeClimb Sydney is the seller of all climbs over the Sydney Harbour Bridge (“Climbs”), all gift vouchers for Climbs (“Gift Vouchers”) and other ancillary items, including but not limited to photographs, videos, merchandise, food and beverages. All dealings with BridgeClimb Sydney will be on these Terms of Trade (“Terms”) unless otherwise agreed in writing by BridgeClimb Sydney. These Terms are also subject to revision and change without notice.

These Terms, along with the BridgeClimb Health Declaration and all health and safety information provided to persons who take part in Climbs (“Climbers”) comprise the Agreement between BridgeClimb Sydney and the Climber or any other person acquiring a product or service from BridgeClimb Sydney.


BridgeClimb Sydney reserves the right to add, withdraw, substitute and/or vary advertised routes and departure times (“Arrangements”) for Climbs without notice for reasons of safety, health, security or as a result of or due to restricted access as required by any commonwealth, state, territorial or local government agency or body (including, any transport, road or maritime authority in New South Wales) (“Government Agency”), or any matters out of the reasonable control of BridgeClimb Sydney. However, reasonable endeavours will be made to maintain Arrangements as advertised.


All Climbers climbing on the Sydney Harbour Bridge (“Bridge”) are required to arrive and ‘check-in’ at BridgeClimb Sydney’s premises at least 15 minutes prior to the advised departure time as per Climber’s voucher or confirmation advice (“Proof of Purchase”). Subject to clause 9.1, failure to arrive by this time may result in non-admittance to a Climb at BridgeClimb Sydney’s discretion, without refund.


3.1 Climbers must hold a valid Proof of Purchase. Entry may be refused if the Proof of Purchase is damaged or defaced in any way or not purchased from an authorised point of sale. Should a dispute arise over the validity of a Proof of Purchase, BridgeClimb Sydney reserves the right to refuse participation in a Climb unless Climber is able to show proof of their identity.

3.2 Climbers must be 8 years of age or over, be at least 120cm, be of sound mind and be in good health. Climbers may be required to undergo a test to assess whether they are capable of completing a Climb. Every three Climbers between the ages of 8 and 15 inclusive climbing together must be accompanied by one paying adult Climber.

3.3 Prior to entering the BridgeClimb premises all persons including Climbers may be required to undergo a health assessment.

3.4 All Adult Climbers must provide valid Photo ID upon check-in, in order to participate in a Climb.

3.5 Before purchasing a Climb, all Climbers must carefully read the Health & Safety Essentials found in our Pre-Climb Checklist to ensure they are physically able to climb, and before participating all Climbers must complete and sign the BridgeClimb Health Declaration, which will be provided to all bookers via email prior to their Climb date. If the Climber does not agree with any of the health and safety requirements, that Climber must not purchase a Climb. If the Climber is under the age of 18 years and does not have the understanding necessary to sign a legal declaration, the Climber’s legal parent or guardian must sign the declaration on behalf of the Climber.

3.6 BridgeClimb Sydney will perform a breath test on Climbers and may observe Climbers to ensure they are not under the influence of drugs (legal or illegal). Climbers will be refused participation in a Climb, without refund, if their blood alcohol concentration is 0.05% or greater, if they refuse to be breath tested or if BridgeClimb Sydney considers that they may be under the influence of drugs.

3.7 Smoking is not permitted on BridgeClimb Sydney’s premises or on the Bridge.


4.1 BridgeClimb Sydney may refuse participation in a Climb, if in BridgeClimb Sydney’s reasonable opinion the Climb or the participation of the Climber in the Climb may adversely affect the health, safety or security of BridgeClimb Sydney employees, agents, contractors and subcontractors (BridgeClimb Sydney Personnel), the Climber, other Climbers or the Bridge itself. At BridgeClimb Sydney’s discretion, the Climber will be either be rescheduled, issued with a credit voucher or reimbursed for the price of the Climb less administration and change fees, if a person is refused participation in a Climb for any reason other than by reason of breach of clause 2 above and 5.4 below.


5.1 BridgeClimb Sydney will supply Climbers with equipment for use during a Climb. Use of this equipment is mandatory.

5.2 Climbers may take their own standard glasses (sun or prescription) on a Climb, at their own risk, provided that these glasses are securely attached using a BridgeClimb Sydney glasses lanyard and do not have any photographic or electronic devices included in their structure. At BridgeClimb Sydney’s discretion, potentially essential medication (e.g. asthma inhalers or other medication) may be taken on a Climb. While this will be done in secure manner by BridgeClimb Sydney Personnel, neither BridgeClimb Sydney nor BridgeClimb Sydney Personnel shall be responsible for the medication or the administering thereof. The Climber must not take part in the Climb if he or she has reason to believe that they will or are likely to require medication or the administration of medicines or medical assistance at any point during the Climb.

5.3 Other than as set out in clause 5.1 and 5.2 above, Climbers are not permitted to take any items onto the Bridge (including but not limited to items such as cameras, videos, audio, pagers, mobile phones, handbags, satchels, wallets, watches, fitness trackers and any other personal items or effects) and must remove these items prior to undertaking the Climb. Climbers will be provided with a locker for storage of personal belongings. To ensure that unauthorised items are not carried on to the Bridge, Climbers will be required to pass through a metal objects screening system prior to undertaking the Climb, and BridgeClimb Sydney (in its discretion) may refuse a Climber’s participation in a Climb if a Climber is unwilling to remove any unauthorised items set out in this clause.

5.4 All Climbers must obey the directions and instructions of BridgeClimb Sydney Personnel, and must not act disruptively or disturb other Climbers or interfere with a BridgeClimb Sydney Personnel’s ability to conduct any part of the Climb process in a safe and secure manner and must not damage, deface or remove any part of the Bridge or any of the equipment supplied for use on a Climb. Disruptive behaviour includes making any jokes or flippant remarks about security. BridgeClimb Sydney retains the right to remove from a Climb any Climber who does not comply with these terms, without refund.


6.1 Photographs obtained from BridgeClimb Sydney remain copyright to BridgeClimb Sydney and may only be used or reproduced by the purchaser or recipient for private or domestic purposes and must not be used for any commercial purpose, including promotion of any supplier or any supplier’s products or services, without BridgeClimb Sydney’s prior written permission.

6.2 BridgeClimb Sydney and its authorized sub-contractors will not use or reproduce any photograph taken of Climbers without obtaining prior consent. Climbers’ images will not be used for any purpose, including display and purchase, without their explicit permission. BridgeClimb Sydney will always seek Climbers’ consent if their image is intended to be used in marketing or communication materials.

6.3 Cameras and other image or sound capture devices are not permitted on the Bridge unless supplied by BridgeClimb Sydney.

6.4 Climber agrees that BridgeClimb Sydney may inspect bags, containers or any other items brought onto BridgeClimb Sydney’s premises. Climber also agrees that if an unauthorised image or sound capture device is taken onto the Bridge then BridgeClimb Sydney may remove or delete any images, sound or any other material from the device that pertains to the Bridge or BridgeClimb Sydney.


7.1 Subject to clause 9.1, the purchase of a Climb is non-transferable and specific to a particular Climb as stated in the Proof of Purchase. Climbs and Gift Vouchers, rights or entitlements to Climbs and Gift Vouchers, or to purchase Climbs and Gift Vouchers must not be offered as prizes, offered for sale or resale, or resold or used for any commercial purpose (including without limitation promotion of any supplier or any supplier’s products or services) without BridgeClimb Sydney’s prior written consent. If BridgeClimb Sydney reasonably believes that these activities have occurred without such consent, the holder of a reservation or Gift Voucher may be refused participation in a Climb, without payment of
any compensation.

7.2 Climb times reserved can be changed by the Climber with no fees up to fourteen (14) days before the original Climb date, and changed only by time or date to another available time or date. Changes requested within 13 days to 72 hours incur a €18 (AUD $30) change fee per booking, and changes within 72 hours incur a €61 (AUD $100) change fee per booking. Reduction in the number of participants or changes to the identity of Climbers is not permitted. BridgeClimb Sydney reserves the right to charge a rebooking fee and an administrative fee for other requested changes where permitted by BridgeClimb Sydney. The applicable rebooking fee and administrative fee can be obtained by contacting BridgeClimb Sydney on +61 2 8274 7777.

7.3 All Climbs must be paid for at the time of making the reservation unless otherwise agreed by BridgeClimb Sydney in advance.

7.4 Depending on the payment method used when booking, a transaction fee of 1% may apply. The surcharge applies to all bookings using the following payment methods; AMEX, VISA, MasterCard, PayPal, GooglePay, Alipay and ApplePay.


8.1 Climbs will not proceed if BridgeClimb Sydney decides in its absolute discretion, whether for health, safety or security reasons or other reasonable reasons, including but not limited to restrictions on occupancy and/or movement imposed by a Government Agency, to cancel a Climb.

8.2 Should a Climb not proceed then Climbers will be re-scheduled at their convenience, be issued with a credit voucher, or be reimbursed the price paid for a Climb less associated administration and cancellation fees, but otherwise shall have no claim whatsoever (including no claim for travel expenses or any other out of pocket expenses) relating to the cancellation of a Climb.

8.3 Cancellations by Climbers of standard full priced climb bookings up to 14 days before the climb date will not incur a fee, cancellations within 13 days to 72 hours will incur a €15 (AUD $25) cancellation fee per Adult ticket and within 72hrs a 50% cancellation fee per booking will be charged. Cancellations of discounted or special offer climbs up to 14 days prior to the climb date will incur a €15 (AUD $25) fee per Adult ticket, within 13 days to 72 hours a 25% cancellation fee per booking will apply, and within 72hrs a 50% cancellation fee per booking will be charged. See flexible booking policy for full breakdown of fees and charges relating to cancellations, dates changes and credit requests. This clause and the flexible booking policy is subject to change at any time. In the case of purchases bought through a Reseller, that Reseller will be responsible for redeeming the refund voucher and making reimbursements to a Climber.

8.4 Subject to clause 12.1, Gift Vouchers are not refundable.


9.1 Nothing in these Terms excludes, limits or modifies any condition, guarantee, warranty, right or remedy implied or imposed by any statute or regulation which cannot lawfully be excluded, limited or modified. This may include the Australian Consumer Law which contains guarantees that protect the purchasers of goods and services in certain circumstances. Subject to the last sentence, express or implied guarantees, representations, conditions, warranties and other provisions relating to these Terms, or provision of products and services as contemplated by these Terms, are excluded from these Terms to the maximum extent permitted by law.

9.2 If any guarantee, warranty, term or condition is implied or imposed in relation to these Terms under the Australian Consumer Law or any other applicable legislation and cannot be excluded
(a “Non-Excludable Provision”), and BridgeClimb is able to limit remedy for a breach of that Non-Excludable Provision, then the liability of BridgeClimb for breach of that Non-Excludable Provision is limited to one or more of the following at BridgeClimb’s election: in the case of products, to: replacement of the products or supply of equivalent products, repair of the products; payment of the cost of replacing the products or of acquiring equivalent products; or payment of the cost of having the goods repaired; and in the case of services, to: supply of the services again; or payment of the cost of having the services supplied again. This clause 9.2 is subject to clause 9.4.

9.3 The Climber acknowledges that the Climb is a recreational activity that involves an element of risk and BridgeClimb Sydney, any transport, road or maritime Government Agency or authority in New South Wales and any reseller of BridgeClimb products (Service Providers), therefore cannot guarantee the Climber’s health and safety. These risks include the risk of physical injury or death, the inducement or exacerbation of medical conditions, mental harm or distress, and damage to their property. The Climber acknowledges that his/her health, ability and conduct will affect such risks.

9.4 Section 139A of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) in certain circumstances permits a term of a contract for the supply to a consumer of recreational services to exclude liability of the supplier pursuant to sections 60 to 63 of the Australian Consumer Law for death or personal injury in relation to that supply. To the extent permitted by section 139A, BridgeClimb excludes all liability for death or personal injury in relation to supply of recreational services.

9.5 Subject to sections 9.1, 9.2 and 9.6:
(a) to the extent the Climb is a “recreational activity”, “recreational service” or the like under any applicable law, the Service Providers (and their respective directors, employees, agents, sub-contractors, associates and assignees) (the “Relevant Persons”) exclude all:
(i) liability under any applicable statutory guarantees (including but not limited to guarantees
under the Australian Consumer Law);
(ii) express or implied warranties and conditions, including without limitation that the Climb will
be provided with reasonable care and skill.
(b) The Climber, and (where Climber is under the age of 18 years and does not have the understanding necessary to sign the Form) the legal parent or guardian signing this Agreement on behalf of the Climber, absolutely, unconditionally and irrevocably releases and indemnifies the Relevant Persons from and against all action, proceedings, claims, demands, costs, losses, damages and expenses suffered or incurred by the Relevant Persons arising out of or in connection with any participation in the Climb.
(c) the Relevant Persons will not be liable for any costs, losses, damages and expenses that may be suffered or incurred in connection with the Climber’s participation in the Climb or their presence on the Bridge; and
(d) this Agreement may be pleaded by any of the Relevant Persons in bar to any actions, proceedings, claims, demands arising out of or in connection with the Climber’s participation in the Climb or presence on the Bridge.

9.6 Nothing in this section 9 above limits or excludes the liability of the Relevant Persons for any costs, losses, damages or expenses to the extent arising as a result of fraudulent or reckless conduct of the Relevant Persons, nor any liability of the Relevant Persons that cannot be excluded under applicable law.