Three Bridges Tour
$140 per passenger
Rumble over the three iconic bridges of Sydney, this tour takes you
on the edge of the city you will see the Sydney skyline as you cross
these great bridges.
- Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks. Not only is it the
largest steel arch bridge on the planet, but it also spans one of the
globe’s finest natural harbours. Affectionately named the Coathanger by
locals, it’s an intrinsic part of the city; you can walk or cycle across
it and even climb to its peak for incredible views.
The iconic bridge took eight years to build and opened in 1932. It’s made of 53,000 tonnes of steel and six million hand-driven rivets. During construction, the two steel halves of the towering arch met in the middle of the span on 19 August 1930 at 10pm.
- Gladesville Bridge is a heritage-listed concrete arch road bridge that carries Victoria Road over the Parramatta River, linking the Sydneysuburbs of Huntleys Point and Drummoyne, in the local government areas of Canada Bay and Hunter's Hill
- ANZAC Bridge Spanning Johnstons Bay, the ANZAC Bridge is one of Sydney's outstanding
landmarks. Opened in December 1995, at a cost of $170 million, it
provides a key link between Sydney City and the suburbs to the west. Via
the City West Link and Victoria Rd it is the major east west route to
the western suburbs and the M4 motorway to the Blue Mountains. There is
no toll on the ANZAC Bridge.