The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia’s most well known and captured milestones. It is the world’s biggest (not the longest) steel curve span with the highest point of the extension standing 134 meters over the harbour. Affectionately referred to by the locals as the ‘Coathanger’, the Sydney Harbour Bridge commended its 70th birthday in 2002, with its authority opening in March 1932.
One of the things you might decide to do while visiting is take a helicopter tour over the city. The pilots are well informed on the sites as you fly over and will provide information about them. Flying over the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Manly Beach and the breathtaking Sydney skyline will be one of the highlights of your trip here.
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