Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb is turning 21 - and bringing back its 1998 prices to celebrate!
By ANNA USHER.
If you’ve always wanted to experience climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge but could never justify the steep price, now’s your chance!
Sydney Bridge Climb is celebrating its 21st birthday, by dropping the ticket price to just $98 for all climbs on October 1.
There will be 1998 tickets released tomorrow, Thursday, September 12, on sale from 9am.
Over the past 21 years the experience has taken more than four million locals and visitors - including Prince Harry, Oprah and Usain Bolt - to the summit of the Coathanger, for a photo opportunity like no other.
If you do secure a ticket for the October 1 climb, you can expect a throwback playlist from 1998, with tunes from Outkast, Jay Z, Madonna and Massive Attack to accompany you on the climb to 130 metres above sea level.
And, as a parting gift, you’ll get some Darrell Lea chocolates. The chocolatier’s first factory was opened under the first arch of the bridge in 1936.