BridgeClimb Sydney is an Australian tourist attraction. The company guides guests on a climb on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Numerous visitors from various countries and territories have climbed the southern half of the bridge. Four different types of climbs are offered, as of December 2017.
Can people with a disability or medical condition climb?
We do our best to help everyone climb. To participate you need to have a general level of health and fitness, and the ability to climb independently. To find out more, please visit Pre-Climb Checklist or speak to our staff for advice.
Can hearing-impaired people climb?
Yes. We encourage climbers who wear hearing aids to leave them safely in their lockers to prevent damage or loss while they are on the Bridge. We have a variety of headsets available and many of our hearing impaired climbers have agreed that these allowed them to enjoy the commentary delivered by their Climb Leader. We also offer Auslan Climbs. On an Auslan Climb you'll be accompanied by an Australian Sign Language interpreter who will interpret the commentary about Sydney and its world famous Bridge. These Climbs occur twice a month. Please get in touch with our team to find out more or to make a booking.
Can I bring medication?
Essential medication, like inhalers or diabetic medication, can be taken on the Climb. Please speak to our staff on the day.
News stories of individuals with accessibility needs climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge:
- Kurt Fearnley conquers the Sydney Harbour Bridge
- A tale of determination: Emily’s pledge to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge with her new prosthetic legs
- Climbing above Cerebral Palsy: Andrew’s dream to conquer the Sydney Harbour Bridge
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