Auckland Harbour Bridge is a truss bridge situated in Auckland, New Zealand. The bridge is used as an eight-lane motorway. It stretches over the Waitemata River, it is over 1000 metres in length and was opened in 1959. It is said that the bridge looks like a coat hanger but it has become a recognisable landmark of the city. It is a vital part of the city's transport system.
You can cross the bridge in any vehicle. The 101 and 525 buses stop close by to the bridge. The bridge is best viewed from harbourside spots.
Opening Times and Admission
There is a bridge climb that runs at Auckland Harbour Bridge, the climb offers stunning views out to the city and beyond. The climb costs 130$ for adults and 90$ for concessions and the climb can be booked online.