Watch the movie...
The sound of historic events that the bridge has witnessed played as we walked
Giles and I got the train from Central to North Sydney and walked down the middle of the Princess Highway towards the bridge.
All walkers were given a free hat. My friend Yasmin called as I was walking over the bridge for a chat. At the end of the conversation, I told her "Look out for me on TV, I'm wearing a yellow hat." Sorry Yaz, I really was :o)
There were more people than you can possibly imagine streaming constantly across all lanes of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from 10am until late in to the evening. Giles and I walked at our pre-booked time of 2-2:30PM.
The NSW police were very helpful when people needed a moment digitally recorded
I have traveled across the Sydney Harbour Bridge many times by car and train and always looked up with awe. Having the opportunity to slowly stroll across the drive deck and gaze up at her truly was a memorable experience for me.
Looking north back from where we came from at Giles and his camera
Coming to the end of the walk
It was amazing to see the whole city surrounding the bridge closed down. People were walking in the middle of normally busy streets. Everyone was smiling.