Story Bridge Climb

Multiple Locations

Brisbane's must do experience, Story Bridge Adventure Climb! - a truly unique and memorable adventure for all levels of fitness and age (minimum 10 years old).

The Story Bridge Climb is a soft adventure experience with a difference and the most spectacular way to discover Brisbane. Whether you're a local or a visitor, you'll be exhilarated by a once in a lifetime experience that offers you the most breathtaking panorama of Brisbane and its surrounding natural beauty.

The two hour experience includes a unique journey up over the bridge's superstructure to the 80 metre summit which provides magnificent uninterrupted 360 degree views of Brisbane City, the river, mountain ranges and islands. One of only three such experiences in the world, the Story Bridge Adventure Climb also provides fascinating commentary from an experienced climb leader about the history and heritage of both the bridge and city surrounding them.

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

From base headquarters make your way to the halfway house where the commentary begins. The route then ascends through the road level onto the anchor arm on the eastern side of the bridge. Here the incline is at its greatest as you make your way to one of the two high points of the climb to enjoy the 360 degree uninterrupted view, approximately 80 metres above sea level. Gradually descend to the central platform and begin the ascent to the western summit top platform to enjoy more views. Once back at headquarters, be sure to visit the Merchandise area. They offer Dawn, Day, Twilight and Night Climbs.

Indicative rates

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$129 $159

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