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Sydney Harbour Bridge and Pylon Lookout

Sydney, Australia
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Sydney's most iconic landmark, the Sydney Harbour Bridge (known to locals as "The Coat Hanger") spans 1605 feet and allows for eight lanes of traffic and two train tracks. Sydney Harbour bridge steals the spot light when strolling through Circular Quay, while soaking in the Sydney sun, and if you turn 180 degrees, you will be facing the Sydney Opera House. It isn't every day you find yourself wedged between two city landmarks. If you are easily entranced by amazing feats of engineering, The Pylon Lookout Museum (in the southeast pylon) screens a great black and white film about the bridge's construction, as well as a number of other historical artifacts. A must experience activity when visiting... Read More

Sydney's most iconic landmark, the Sydney Harbour Bridge (known to locals as "The Coat Hanger") spans 1605 feet and allows for eight lanes of traffic and two train tracks. Sydney Harbour bridge steals the spot light when strolling through Circular Quay, while soaking in the Sydney sun, and if you turn 180 degrees, you will be facing the Sydney Opera House. It isn't every day you find yourself wedged between two city landmarks. If you are easily entranced by amazing feats of engineering, The Pylon Lookout Museum (in the southeast pylon) screens a great black and white film about the bridge's construction, as well as a number of other historical artifacts. A must experience activity when visiting Sydney is the Bridge climb. After climbing the 1337 steps to the top, you are rewarded with a stunning panoramic view of the harbour.

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