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Karaoke BridgeClimb (Mandarin)

Where
BridgeClimb Sydney
3 Cumberland Street, The Rocks NSW 2000
When

Every day, 10:15am to 3pm Saturday 18 January to Sunday 2 February

Cost

Adult: $308 -333Child: $208 - 233

Let your vocals take flight as you belt out your favourite karaoke classics 134 metres above the Harbour while marvelling at the picture perfect outlook from Sydney’s best vantage point.

Sing in the Year of the Rat by taking centre stage and giving the performance of a lifetime on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Climb to the summit of the bridge where you will find a karaoke stage surrounded by panoramic views of the harbour.

Don’t worry about capturing your unforgettable karaoke experience as our friendly climb leaders will record and take photographs at the summit for you.

The Karaoke Climb follows the "Summit Express" route.

Maximum 4 people per group.

1,002 steps to the summit.

Whether you want to connect with your family or sing out loud with your friends, the Karaoke Climb is sure to hit all the right notes.

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