Harbour Bridge, Sydney
The Harbour Bridge, otherwise known as the Coathanger. You can take a walk up to the top of the bridge if the weather is ok.
Great views of the city and harbour from the tower, or walk right up to the top!
There is a museum in the south tower which shows how the bridge was built-a magnificent feat of engineering.
This is the second most recognized Sydney icon after the opera house -- on New Year's Eve 2000 the fireworks over this bridge looked great even on TV!
Sydney's 2nd icon.
You can climb it, but its very windy and more important bloody expensive, AUD110
You get the best view of the brigde from the water, so get one off those many ferries.
Visit the famous SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE....another landmark not to be missed.
Both the SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE and SYDEY HARBOR BRIDGE are captured in this single snapshot taken from a moving cruise vessel.
A Family snapshot taken on the grounds of the SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE with the SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE in the background.
This is the under-section snapshot of the SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE which I took from the moving cruise vessel on which I was traveling.
View the SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE from various locations.
This snapshot of the SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE was taken from the grounds of the SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is opened to the public for 'bridge climbs'. For about AUD$120, you are guided up (along the rails) to the top of the bridge.