Sydney Harbour Bridge, New South Wales – Australia


Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge is a bridge that still functioned as usual another bridge. However, the unique of this bridge is the shape and also the history behind it that makes this place is also a favorite destination for tourists who come to Sydney.

As a western state that is located in the southern hemisphere, Australia is also popularly referred to as his American Asia-Pacific region because of the progress made in the country. Despite the smaller size, but this title is quite reasonable because in some town, development that occurred could match what happened in the United States such as the New York area.

The spread of cities in Australia are also almost like the United States, where the administration area centered on the city of Canberra, while business activity or more metropolitan city centers in Sydney or Melbourne for more rapid progress in the field of development.

Both of the most modern cities in Australia are also a favorite destination for foreign travelers to popular until around the world, such as the name of Sydney it was already familiar with the attractiveness of the landmark flagship, the Opera House.

Modern side of the city of Sydney is one of the other charms that make this city into one of the compulsory destination for anyone who comes to Australia. In fact there are many who juxtaposing modern and urban side of the city of Sydney to Los Angeles in the United States.

Sydney is a business center area with the buildings of skyscrapers and unique buildings were also offset by slicing the Parramatta River which is an upstream-downstream pathway towards the sea around Sydney Harbour and its surroundings.

Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

In the area around Sydney Harbour is known an awful lot so its rating ranging from the existence of Circular Quay and bridges is also often a cool hang out for tourists, especially foreign tourists who love the popular landmarks of a city.

Sydney city is divided by the Parramatta River where the water tends to equal the sea is indeed a fascination for tourists, especially on the bridge between the two parts were specially designed so interesting to visit as a tourist destination in the city of Sydney. One of the most popular is the Sydney Harbour Bridge frequented by tourists to enjoy the view from the bridge and also the scenery around the bridge.

Sydney Harbour Bridge is a bridge that still functioned as usual another bridge. However, the unique of this bridge is the shape and also the history behind it that makes this place is also a favorite destination for tourists who come to Sydney. To reach this bridge, you have several options of public transportation, such as trains or buses and on foot.

When you train, you can ride from Central Station, choose train with a major North Shore, after a 15 minute ride, you get off at the Milson Point station then out toward Enis Road or Broughton Street and continue walking towards Luna Park, which is located adjacent to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Then before you arrive at Luna Park there will be stairs up to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. On top of the bridge there are several paths around 8 lanes for cars, two train lines and two special lanes for pedestrian and bicycle paths, do not be surprised if the bridge is often said to be the busiest bridge in Sydney.

Sydney Harbour Bridge itself has the nickname of “The Coathanger” caused by the arch shape is like a coat hanger. Historically, it was the time it took to build this bridge approximately 6 years and require about 53 thousand tons of steel which is largely imported from the UK.

Sydney Harbour Bridge is the largest arch bridge in the world so this is certainly very attractive place for tourists. Age of the bridge is about 81 years old but still sturdy and admirable beauty and greatness of its construction even today.

If you choose to walk down along the bridge, approximately it takes you about 30 minutes to walk across the bridge as far as 1.2 km. But there are other options to enjoy this unique bridge, namely by following the Bridge Climb tour that will take you to walk through the arch bridge with equipment and professional supervision of course, but the price is quite expensive at around 200 dollars with a duration of about 3 to 4 hours.

In addition to walking and Bridge Climb, there are also other alternatives to enjoy this bridge is to climb to the Pylon Lookout is located in South-East Pylon. Pylon Lookout is located in one of the four towers located at each end of the bridge.

At the top of the bridge, you can see the sights around Sydney Harbour and Circular Quay. To be able to enjoy the best view from the top of the tower, you have to pay a ticket for around 11 Australian Dollars.

No wonder if the Sydney Harbour Bridge is getting stronger branding as a popular tourist attraction in Sydney that make it more never deserted pedestrian crossing, which definitely is mostly tourists. Come visit the Sydney Harbour Bridge that will make you stunned scenery dominated Sydney city buildings and surrounded by the River and Sea. Congratulations visit.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge At Night

Sydney Harbour Bridge At Night

Sydney Harbour Bridge At Night Photo

Sydney Harbour Bridge At Night Photo

Sydney Harbour Bridge Side Photo

Sydney Harbour Bridge Side Photo. Image Via : ironstonemuseum.co.uk

Sydney Harbour Bridge At Night Pictures

Sydney Harbour Bridge At Night Pictures. Image Via: sydney.visitorsbureau.com.au

Sydney Harbour Bridge Photo

Sydney Harbour Bridge Photo

Sydney Harbour Bridge Sunset

Sydney Harbour Bridge Sunset

Sydney Harbour Bridge Skyline

Sydney Harbour Bridge Skyline

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