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Bridge Climb - NZ's Only Bridge Climb

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Bridge Climb:

  • adult NZD$125.00
  • nz student NZD$85.00
  • child (7-14yrs) NZD$85.00

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Reviewed 14-Jul-2014

Service rating:   excellent

all very friendly and helpful

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excellent tour guide

Reviewed 20-Feb-2014

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Easy

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Need to be able to take more photos

Reviewed 29-Oct-2013

Service rating:   excellent

Everything was alright.

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It´s a bit expensive and doesn't include everything. I knew it before the tour, but I thought I could do whatever I want but I didn't pay for the skycable, so I just waited for the others... We should at least get a special offer.
The driver Paul was very nice.

Reviewed 07-Oct-2013

Service rating:   excellent

easy to follow instructions and great discount

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A wonderful and worthwhile experience

Reviewed 29-Jul-2013

Service rating:   good

Overall I was satisfied about the booked activities.

Product rating:   good

The pick-up time of 7.15 am was not followed and the return trip back to Anzac Bridge was quite confusing because I was not made aware that I needed to pay extra for the Captain cook cruise ferry which I did not avail. I had to find my way back to Circular Quay.

Reviewed 22-Jul-2013

Service rating:   excellent

The service was excellent. There was a slight delay in departure because of a couple of families running late, but overall the service provided was fantastic and very informative. Special thanks to the driver for all the commentary and help.

Product rating:   excellent

The tour was amazing specially the featherdale park and the scenic rides.

Reviewed 06-Jun-2013

Service rating:   excellent

Welcoming, organised, professional

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Tash was friendly, personable, knowledgeable and fun! Thanx Heaps - we will be back to do the Bungy! Rachel and Billy Woodworth

Reviewed 27-May-2013

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The Bridge Climb is a fantastic way to see the famous Auckland Harbour. The guides were really informative. Along the way; we learnt about the history of the area and some fascinating commentary about the construction. It’s nice to have an experience where you not only enjoy the day out but come away with some great memories. The guys at AJ Hackett do it again!

Suggestions: Definately worth booking in advance, it is often booked up on the day and on the day we went it was very busy.

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Reviewed 2 Jul 2012 by Everything Travel Group (Kris)

Latest Questions about Bridge Climb - NZ's Only Bridge Climb (Auckland)

are sunglasses or prescription glasses ok to wear on the climb?

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Hi Kev, yes you certainly can wear prescription glasses or sunglasses on your bridge climb. You will be given an attachment to secure your glasses to your head so they don't come off when doing the Auckland Bridge Climb.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 5th Mar 14 at 17:37

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How many people allowed in each group

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Hi Jill, The Auckland Bridge Climb has a maximum group size of 14 people. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group on 21st Sep 13 at 15:15

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Can I take my own camera on the bridge climb?

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Hi Lesley, unfortunately camera's are not permitted on the Auckland Harbour Bridge Climb however photos are taken of the experience for you along the way and you can purchase these at the end.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 22nd Oct 12 at 11:51

I am a bit surprised that cameras aren't allowed. Is this for safety reasons or revenue raising?

Comment by: Stephen on 30th Jul 13 at 22:42

Hi Stephen. Obviously the Auckland bridge climb business benefits financially from not allowing customers to bring their cameras along as they can sell them photos at the end but the reason why customers aren't allowed to bring cameras is for safety reasons. The NZ transport authority do not allow any foreign objects to be carried by anyone on the bridge as these could potentially be dropped and land on the cars below. So no cameras, phones, keys, wallets, jewellery etc. This is the same with the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb also.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 31st Jul 13 at 10:40

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iam abit claustrapbobic..is their any enlosed, dark or cramped spaces to go thru.?

sydney harbour bridge is abit daunting on the approach. and some of it you have to walk backwards i think.... please let me know.

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Hi Margaret, there are no enclosed or dark or cramped spaces on the Auckland Harbour Bridge Climb. There are also no areas where you will need to walk backwards. You will be going through very open areas and it is quite different to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Kris Barrs) on 22nd Sep 12 at 15:13

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Can you see through the steps/walkways or are they solid?

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Hi Helen, the Auckland Harbour Bridge Climb has mixed grounding. Alot of the walkways are solid but there are a few walkways and steps that are grated so you can partly see through them too.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 13th Sep 12 at 14:08

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What is the maximum number of people per party that can do the Auckland harbour bridge climb.

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Hi Rose. The customer to guide ratio is 12:1 so each guide can take 12 customers. So if there is a group of 24 such as yours then there will be 2 guides with the group split into 2. Groups of up to 100 people can be accommodated.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 7th Aug 12 at 15:54

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Just wondering whether you have any NSL interpreted tours on the Bridge Climb. I am deaf and am aware that Sydney Bridge Climb has Auslan interpreted tours so wonder about Auckland.

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Hi Margaret, yes Auckland Harbour Bridge Climb certainly do cater for the deaf, this is no problem at all. When you make your booking please just note in the "additional information" field that you are deaf and we will ensure your tour is organised to suit your needs.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 25th Jun 12 at 15:52

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what company operates the aucklabd bridge climb?

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Hi Amelia, the Auckland Bridge Climb is operated by AJ Hackett.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 8th May 12 at 12:35

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How much to do the bridge climb for two 70 yr old pensioners from Cairns, Aust, in May, please. We are reasonably fit, but Marian has a Titanium knee and titanium post in her left tibia. Will this be ok ??Just a little slower at climbing stairs. Many thanks - we look forward to hearing from you.

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Hi John and Marian. You are absolutely fine to participate in the Auckland Bridge Climb with Aj Hackett. It is not done at a fast pace and does not matter if you are a little slower. There is no pensioners price offered on this activity and the cost is $120 per person. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 23rd Apr 12 at 12:46

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Our children are almost 8yr and are between 23.5kg and 28.5kg. Do you accept that weight as any child 7yr must be obese at 35 kg.

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Hi Valerie unfortunately the minimum weight requirement to do the Aj Hackett Bridge climb is 35kg. Children under this weight are unable to participate.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 6th Apr 12 at 10:40

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How does this climb compare with the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb?

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Hi Cilla. Yes, the Auckland harbour bridge climb is very similar to the Sydney harbour bridge climb however the views are obviously different and the Auckland bridge is smaller so you wont go quite as high. It's a fantastic way to see the Auckland city and harbour.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 14th Mar 12 at 12:39

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