Auckland Bridge Climb


While in Auckland you have to experience the Harbour Bridge Climb with AJ Hackett! The Auckland Harbour Bridge was opened on 30th of May 1959 and it took over 200 workers around 4 years to build.

Auckland Bridge Climb opened in December 2001, allowing the public access to the Bridge for the first time since 1959. Join professional trip leaders for a magical 1.5 hour adventure on, around, up and under Auckland's stunning Harbour Bridge, nestled over the beautiful Waitemata Harbour.

A unique way to see the volcanic and marine regions of Auckland, this bridge climb is safe and fun for anyone aged 7 years or older. Stylishly converted paths make for an easier trip, with ladder-like walkways and curving arches adding to the thrill of being 67 meters (200 feet) above the water.

Well informed guides share the bridge's colorful secrets, amazing architectural features and the myth and legend surrounding this New Zealand landmark. And way above it all, stretching into the distance, the 360 degree views from the bridge's summit are a spectacular reward. Magnificent picture postcard views of a bustling harbour, island landscapes and vibrant city skyline make Harbour Bridge Experience truly 'the ultimate high'!


  • 1.5 hour experience
  • Spectacular, uninterrupted 360 degree views
  • One of only 3 bridge climbs in the world
  • Interesting and factual commentary by climb leaders
  • It's challenging but safe; unique but affordable


  • Guided tour of Auckland Harbour Bridge
  • Pre trip briefing
  • Souvenir certificate
  • All safety equipment, including overalls warm and wet weather gear


Departs: 9.00am - 5.00pm. Please specify your chosen time at time of booking. The nearest available time will be advised on confirmation.
Duration: 1.5 hours in total

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Children: 10-15 years inclusive must have a parent or guardian co-sign their waiver form. Child concession rates apply. Children under the age of 10 are not accepted
What to Wear: Casual clothes flat rubber soled, closed toed shoes that offer good support sunglasses, spectacles and hats in winter, gloves are recommended
Operated By: AJ Hackett

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