Where can I find cheap Story Bridge climb tickets?
If it’s cheap Story Bridge climb tickets you’re looking for, you’ll be pleased to hear we offer a Lowest Price Guarantee. We’re always comparing prices, so you don’t have to. It means you can book your climb with confidence here at Adrenaline. For the best deal, it’s always worth being flexible as to when you go.
How much does it cost to climb the Story Bridge?
The cheapest Story Bridge climb is typically the daytime climb. Dawn, twilight and night climbs are also available and all prices and options are listed above. Special climbs may also be offered at certain times of year, including New Year’s Eve. Be sure to keep an eye on the site and book in your experience in advance to secure the dates you want and avoid disappointment. If you have a discount code you can apply this at checkout.
How old do you have to be to climb the Story Bridge?
The minimum age to climb Story Bridge is 10-years-old. All people taking part must also be at least 130cm and comfortable with a couple of hours of moderate physical exercise. Anyone aged under 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult during the climb.
What to wear on Story Bridge?
Be sure to wear comfortable enclosed rubber soled footwear (like runners or hiking shoes) that give you grip and foot support. A climb suit will be supplied to wear over your existing clothing, so dress appropriately for the weather. Try not to bring too many personal items with you as loose objects cannot be taken on the bridge (although lockers are provided). All-weather jackets, sunglasses lanyards, sunscreen and other extras are available to borrow on the day if needed.
How high is the Story Bridge climb?
Story Bridge is 74-metres high, that’s around the same height as a 22-storey building. The bridge is just over a kilometre in length and crosses the Brisbane River, connecting Kangaroo Point and Fortitude Valley.
And, while this climb doesn’t offer an equivalent height to Sydney’s Harbour Bridge, the views are arguably just as good. Admire the city skyline and look out to the north for the Glass House Mountains and south for the world-heritage listed Lamington National Park. West is Brisbane Forest Park and Mt Coot-tha and east are the stunning sand islands of Moreton Bay. There’s a whole lot to take in!