Blanketed under a cover of darkness, five couples summited the Sydney Harbour Bridge, with their hearts set a-flutter celebrating the most romantic day of the year.
They each enjoyed breathtaking 360 views of the harbour and its surrounds as the sun rose from behind the eastern coast line and reflected off the sails of the Sydney Opera House.
The romantic festivities didn’t stop here. As the couples enjoyed the spectacular dawn, each couple was presented with a red rose before proceeding to sing love duets with their Valentine on a stage like no other, 135 metres about the sparkling harbour.
Once the couples celebrated reaching the summit, they took a deep breath, lifted their microphones, looked into their partners’ eyes and burst into laughter belting out classic love duets including: I’ve Had The Time Of My Life, Perfect, You’re The One That I Want, Summer Nights, and Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.
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Climb Leader Tash, who guided the Valentines to the summit, said: “The Sydney Harbour Bridge brings people together in many ways for many special occasion and we love to celebrate love with our Climbers
“BridgeClimb enjoys playing ‘cupid’ throughout the year. We have seen more than 5,000 proposals and witnessed 29 weddings at the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge”.
BridgeClimb runs Dawn Climbs on Valentine’s Day, on the first and third Saturday of every month, and daily during peak period.
Happy Valentine’s day from all at BridgeClimb!