This steel arch bridge, one of the largest ones in the world, is one of the most renowned icons of Sydney. Its construction was finished in 1932 and it is sometimes nicknamed "The Coathanger", due to its shape.
You can admire it from a distance as a part of Sydney skyline or come closer and even climb it. The view of the city from the top of the bridge is absolutely breathtaking and you can take stunning panoramic pictures from there. You can also access its pylon and get a 360-degree view of the city.
The bridge is equally imposing at night when it is all lit up. It is also used as a place of fireworks displays during New Year's Eve celebrations, with a countdown being screened on the bridge's pylon.
Address Bradfield Highway, Sydney, Australia
Coordinates -33°51'8.215" N 151°12'38.44" E