Sydney Harbour Bridge Walk, Pylon Lookout and Bridge Climb

Sydney Harbour Bridge walk, Pylon Lookout and Bridge Climb

The famous Sydney Harbour Bridge is arguably Sydney’s most iconic landmark. Connecting the CBD with Sydney’s north shore, the Harbour Bridge is both a popular tourist attraction as well as a crucially important piece of infrastructure.

There are various ways to get up close and personal with the Harbour Bridge. The walk across the bridge is easy and is a must for every tourist visiting Sydney.

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Cockatoo Island: History, Hiking and Glamping

Cockatoo Island (history, hiking and glamping)

Cockatoo Island is a UNESCO World-Heritage and National Heritage Listed island, situated right in the middle of beautiful Sydney Harbour. Cockatoo Island has a rich history as a shipbuilding yard and Commonwealth naval base and also as a convict island.

You can experience all this first-hand by wandering around on the island and absorbing its well-preserved history.

Catch a ferry from Circular Quay, score a free map from the visitor centre and enjoy a wonderful day out. Or book a luxury tent on the camping site and enjoy two days on this unique island.

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