Tour OperatorsNew climbs respond to the growing number of Japanese visiting Sydney

BridgeClimb says 'Konnichiwa' to Japanese visitors

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The best view of Sydney…from the top of the Harbour Bridge.
The best view of Sydney…from the top of the Harbour Bridge.

SYDNEY - BridgeClimb Sydney is launching a new Japanese Climb, beginning November 1, with four climbs per week.

The climb allows Japanese visitors to Sydney to reach the top of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, guided by an expert climb leader and Japanese translator.

BridgeClimb's new offering has been driven by the growth of incoming visitors from Japan to Australia. The most recent International Visitor Survey reports shows, as of June 2019, the total number of visitors coming to Australia from Japan is 484,300, up 9.3% YoY.

BridgeClimb has previously hosted a Taiko drum performance and a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge, both world firsts.

The BridgeClimb Summit Express (Japanese), follows the lower arch of the Bridge, ascending the cathedral of steel and reaches the summit from below. This climb has a duration of 2.5 hours, with a maximum of 14 people per group. 


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