Sydney Harbour Bridge
Whether they’re driving over it, climbing up it, rollerblading across it or sailing under it, Sydneysiders adore their bridge and swarm...
Walsh Bay Heritage Walk
In 1839 Scottish merchant Robert Campbell started building a private wharf and this gingerbread-style row of 11 storehouses to house his...
Harbour View Hotel
Built in the 1920s, the curvilicious Harbour View was the main boozer for the Harbour Bridge construction crew. These days it fulfils...
For those who don't want to brave the wilds of Waterloo , there's a branch of the acclaimed Italian eatery and associated Fratelli Fresh...
Pylon Lookout information
The best way to experience Sydney Harbour Bridge is on foot – staircases access the bridge from both shores; a footpath runs along its eastern side. If this view doesn’t sate you, scale the southeast pylon to the Pylon Lookout Museum ; enter via the bridge stairs on Cumberland St. The views from the top are awesome, and museum exhibits explain how the bridge was built. The pylons may look as though they’re shouldering all the weight, but they’re largely decorative – right down to their granite facing.