Friday, March 20, 2015

Sydney Harbour Bridge, Photo Essay

One of my favourite things to do is to either walk over the Harbour Bridge, or sit at Kirribilli or Circular Quay and take in the view, whether during the day, at twilight or at night.

Opened in 1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge (or the coathanger) contects North Sydney with the Sydney CBD.

It also happens to be the worlds sixth longest spanning  arch bridge, the worlds second widest long span bridge and the worlds tallest steel arch bridge.

While the Sydney Bridge Climb is a popular activity for visitors to Sydney, enjoying the free walk from one side of the harbour to the other can be just enjoyable.

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