Cahill Bridge Walk, Sydney. February 2017

We took the bus from Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview, having decided to walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge.  (We were not tempted to do the bridge climb  134 metres above sea level which is a different experience altogether and costs from Au$248

The walk start at Milsons Point station, close to  the bridge.
St Peters, North Sydney.

The Bridge from Bradfield Park.  Great place to be on New Years Eve.



Heading through the Burton Street Tunnel (Markets are hosted in here every 2nd Sunday of the month), you will see signs to Cahill Walk/Harbour Bridge follow these.  You will reach a set of stairs leading to the bridge

High-viz is not mandatory!
We picked a good time the sun was shining and the traffic was light!



Bridge walkers at 130 m above sea level.


Paddle Boat Restaurant Harbour Cruise
The Opera House with the Botanic Gardens and Woolloomooloo behind.
Panorma, Garden Island Naval Depot, Mrs Macquarie’s Point, the Opera House, Government House and Circular Quay.
The plaque designed by Peter Poulet for 75th theAnniversary of Sydney Harbour Bridge, celebrated in 2007.
One of the Pylons is open as a viewing tower, easier and much cheaper than the Bridge climb.

The New South Wales and Australian flags flying on the top.

15Continue along the path until you would see another sign pointing to the Botanic Gardens, that part of the pathway affords great views looking down onto Circular Quay, following the Cahill Expressway, including both Opera House and Harbour Bridge, but we went down towards the rocks and then made our way home from the City Centre.16





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