On 8th February, guests, including eight lucky competition winners, climbed to the summit of an Australian icon as part of Sydney’s Chinese New Year celebrations.
From check-in, to summiting to the top of the Bridge, each Climber enjoyed an array of surprises along their journey to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The special event Climb began with a lucky red envelope containing their ticket to the sky-high celebration and ‘Lucky the Dog’ a BridgeSuit wearing soft toy dog created for the first 1,000 participants of The Karaoke Climb 2018.
As each Climber reached the summit, they were surprised with a live musical performance from Tina Gao, a popular singer in the Australian Chinese community, who performed 我的中国心 (My Chinese Heart).
The entertainment continued with a touch of ‘harbour side dining’ as guests enjoyed lucky traditional Chinese cakes from China Town’s famous Golden Century Seafood Restaurant while taking in 360 degree views of Sydney Harbour.
They then continued the celebrations and sang altogether, kicking off The Karaoke Climb with a rendition of 甜蜜蜜 (Almost a Love Story).
Check out the luckiest Climb of the year:
Happy Lunar New Year from all at BridgeClimb!
The Mandarin Karaoke Climb is available from the 9th of February until the 2nd of March, and this year the first 1000 Climbers to complete the 2018 Karaoke Climb will receive a limited edition BridgeClimb Dog if booked using the promotional code CNYDOG.