|A climb in the
bridge usually takes two and a half hours to complete with
the assistance of a climb leader who will also take you to
the bridge and the
city's history through his/her informative commentary.
Expect to be enthralled by the city's important landmarks
which you can enjoy via eye level view.
Prospective climbers can choose to climb any of the
following times: Dawn, Day, Twilight, and Night. The Dawn
climb, which only partakes during weekend, give climbers the
chance to watch the unfolding of the day, with the sun
rising above the horizon and the fading of the city lights.
The time welcomes its climbers with the cool morning air.
The Day climb puts the climbers beneath the clear blue sky
with a hug of moderate temperature. This is the perfect way
to enjoy a 360 degree view of the city: the Moreton Bay, Mt.
Coot-tha, Lemington National Park, and the Glasshouse
Mountains. The Twilight climb gives guests the opportunity
to witness the transition from day to night as the skyline
changes and the city lights starts to glow.
For something romantic, the Night climb is the perfect
choice as it captures the intimacy of the city lights as
well as the reflections of the city's elements
in the river and the movements of the boats in the water.
This means, that climbing the Story Bridge gives its guests
a unique experience regardless of time.
Interested climbers need to book their climb in advance
online or personally, but make sure that they are really
sure that they want to partake in the
activity because it is non-refundable. It's important to
form a group and book yourselves together and make this a
bonding experience for yourselves.
As said earlier in this article, people with vertigo may
find this activity a struggle. Although they will still be
permitted to climb, it's important to advise the Climb
Leader first before the climb. People under the influence of
illicit drugs and alcohol will not be permitted to climb.
Children under the age of 10 will
not be permitted to climb as well.