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Now you can rock out at the top of one of Australia’s biggest icons

Just don’t go and reenact the Leo and Kate Titanic scene

When you reach the top of a climb, sometimes all you want to do is sing.



Well, if you’re climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge, now you can, and into a microphone with background music no less (though how that would work with so much traffic underneath, you’ll have to find out).


A new addition to the popular Bridgeclimb attraction, the Karaoke Climb allows participants to choose from a selection of popular songs to sing solo or in a group, and will even give guests an 8-second video of the performance (to keep, or throw away if you’re horribly off-key).



Available from 21 January to 6 March 2017, the Karaoke Climb has several departures a day, and follows the standard BridgeClimb Express route to the summit, which amounts to a 2 hour 15 minute experience.


Each ticket includes a Climb group photo, Bridgeclimb cap, certificate and pass to The Pylon Lookout.


Images courtesy of Bridgeclimb.


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Written by: Mark Harada
Published: 11 November 2016

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