So Where is the Sydney Harbour Bridge exactly?
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is (believe it or not :)) located in Sydney, Australia. The harbour bridge spans the beautiful Sydney Harbour starting at Milsons Point in the Lower North Shore right across to Millers Point in the Rocks Area.
Where is the Sydney Harbour Bridge – Getting There by Road
From the North of the City – Driving across this famous landmark is easiest if you are either
North or South of the city. If you are on the North Side of Sydney, simply follow the directions to the city. There are two options as you approach Sydney Harbour. You can either take the Sydney Harbour Tunnel or the Bridge. Make sure you are in the right lanes for the bridge otherwise you will miss the spectacular views as you are transported under the harbour.
From the South and East of the City – Simply follow the signs to North Sydney and you will also be presented with the Bridge or Tunnel options.
From the West – Getting to the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the west you will either come across the Anzac Bridge or down Parramatta Road first. As you are approaching the city, follow the signs to North Sydney.
Here is the Sydney Harbour Bridge Map with roads leading in and out.
Where is the Sydney Harbour Bridge – Getting there by foot
To get to the harbour bridge by foot, simply make your way to Milsons Point if you are in the Lower North Shore. If you are currently in the city cbd, make your way down to the rocks area to Millers Point.