Most flags flown on a Bridge-world record
set by BridgeClimb Sydney
SYDNEY, Australia -- BridgeClimb
Sydney, has celebrated its ten-year anniversary with
137 climbers each carrying a flag onto the arch of the bridge-setting
the world record for the Most flags flown on a Bridge. Photo: Nicola Futeran, a 10 year old from Bondi, carried
the Australian flag to the top of the Bridge alongside 136
other flag bearers; many of whom were BridgeClimb's team members
who welcome Climbers to BridgeClimb 363 days of the year.
/ Picture: Charlie Brewer(enlarge
Sydney is the company that offers people the opportunity
to climb to the top of Sydney Harbour Bridge. The 137 flags
represented the nationalities of all the people that have
scaled the landmark in the past decade.
Sydney is recognised the world over and in the past
10 years welcomed celebrities such as Robert De Niro, Nicole
Kidman, Will Smith and Kylie Minogue in addition to Climbers
from 137 different countries and territories.
Since October 1998, the Sydney Harbour Bridge,
which is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Australia,
has been ascended by more than 2.2 million people from 137
different countries and territories. Photo: Paul Cave, the company's founder and
chairman, said: "We are delighted to be celebrating BridgeClimb
's tenth anniversary and extremely proud to be
able to share this unforgettable experience with Australians
and visitors from all over the world.
/ Photo by Charlie Brewer (enlarge
"It's been very rewarding to witness the business
evolve over the past ten years and I look forward to seeing
how we can further develop our experiences and keep giving
back to the community in the future."
Sydney offers dawn, day, twilight and night climbs
to all people in good health over the age of ten.
Ten years of achievements:
- Over two million people have enjoyed the Sydney
Harbour BridgeClimb experience
- The Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb is open 24 hours,
363 days a year
-Over 2,000 couples have chosen BridgeClimb to
-The oldest climber record currently stands at
100 years old
-Over 7.5 million people have visited the