Break out your best 70’s dance moves on BridgeClimb

From 27 May to 18 June 2016, BridgeClimb is inviting Vivid Sydney fans to come and experience The Vivid Climb 134 metres above the festival and break out their best moves on a 70’s style multi-coloured flashing dance floor like no other – at the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge!

The Australian icon catches the Night Fever with a vibrant light installation at the summit for Climbers to enjoy during Vivid Sydney, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest festival of light, music and ideas. The multi-coloured flashing floor will stage groups of Vivid Climbers dancing to a spectacular Harbour vista with the Opera House colourfully illuminated behind them.

Climbers will also become a part of the attractions themselves, wearing special Vivid Climb vests fitted with flashing lights. Climb groups will be seen illuminating the iconic steel arches by Vivid Sydney visitors from below in Circular Quay and Darling Harbour.

The Vivid Climb takes place during Vivid Sydney 2016 (27 May – 18 June), on all Climbs departing at night, including a Climb in Mandarin departing at 6pm each night. To book, please visit

BridgeClimb offers a truly memorable experience, perfect for special occasions, family adventures, team building and corporate events. For more information, please visit or call +61 (0) 2 8274 7777.

About BridgeClimb

BridgeClimb is considered a ‘must-do’ tourist attraction in Sydney, with more than 3.5 million people, from more than 137 countries, having climbed the bridge since it opened in 1998.

Climbers can climb to the summit of this world famous icon or half way to the top on BridgeClimb Sampler, launched to offer a taste of the experience.

BridgeClimb has won numerous awards including the 2012 ‘Best Guided Tour in Australia’ Australian Traveller Reader’s Choice Award.


Photo: BEN CIRULIS 2016

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