Make this year’s Anzac Day unforgettable by taking part in the Anzac Day Dawn Bridge Climb.
The annual Anzac Day Bridge Climb, brought to you by RSL LifeCare Veteran Services and our partner BridgeClimb is a truly unique experience.
Climbers will embark on the dawn bridge climb before the sun rises, you’ll experience a guided historic bridge climb tour, with a special summit service led by RSL LifeCare Veteran Services as the dawn becomes day over Sydney Harbour.
Two ways to secure your place on
the Anzac Day Dawn Bridge Climb
You can secure your place on the Anzac Day Dawn Bridge Climb one of two ways. Purchase a limited edition ticket or veterans can enter our contest to win a complimentary pair of tickets.
Guarantee your place, purchase your tickets today
There are a limited number of tickets available for purchase ($404 Adult/ $189 Child) for this exclusive event.
For every ticket purchased, $100 will be donated directly to RSL LifeCare Veteran Services. RSL LifeCare Veteran Services provides services such as homelessness support, financial assistance, support to find a new job, or help with DVA claims to veterans and their families.
With a limited number of tickets available, we encourage you to book now to secure a spot on this year’s Anzac Day Dawn Bridge Climb.Book today
Veterans can enter to win a pair of complimentary tickets
Tell us in 50 words or less, ‘What does Anzac Day mean to you?” to be in the running to win a pair of complimentary tickets to take part in our exclusive Anzac Day Bridge Climb.
The winning entry will be judged on the best answer to the question- uniqueness, relevance, and spirit.
Entries will be judged by RSL NSW President, Ray James and RSL LifeCare EGM Veteran Services, David Anderson
Entries close at 12pm AEST, Monday 10 April 2023.Enter to win
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