We have negotiated a 20% discount on tickets to the following Sydney attractions. Collect your conference satchel at registration to receive your discount vouchers!

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

World’s largest display of Australian underwater creatures!  Get up close to over 13,000 amazing creatures from 700 different species.

Madame Tussauds Sydney

Revel in the unique atmosphere of glamour, fame and history and go on an interactive star-studded journey through the world of music, sport, culture, film and much more!

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

Features interactive displays, inspiring and entertaining keeper talks, animal feeds and enhanced walk-through habitats including Devil’s Den, Koala Encounters, Kangaroo Walk-About and Butterfly Tropics.

The Sydney Tower Eye

At 250m above street level, the Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck offers stunning, uninterrupted panoramic 360 degree views of Sydney and its famous landmarks.  Plus, go beyond the glass with SKYWALK!

BridgeClimb Sydney

‘See Sydney at its best – take the Climb of Your Life with BridgeClimb Sydney. From dawn until dusk, the view is always different. Climbs are available at dawn (limited departures), by day, twilight or night. Don’t miss this unforgettable, and uniquely “Sydney” experience.

To book your climb with the DHI2018 discount, go to this site:

Your special conference rate will be displayed at the checkout after you click ‘Book Now’.

BridgeClimb Special 20% Conference Rate Terms and Conditions

  • The Special 20% Conference Rate is available for bookings made from now until 28thJuly 2018 and is limited to climbs occurring between 10th July 2018 and 28th July 2018 inclusive.
  • Conference delegates must present proof of their conference registration or a conference lanyard at time of check-in. Please note that the full rate apply if this condition is not satisfied.
  • The Special Conference Rate may be extended to family and friends and must be accompanied by a conference delegate on the Climb
  • Refer to http://www.bridgeclimb.com/things-you-need-to-know-to-climb/ for more details on how to prepare for your Climb

​BridgeClimb advises that it is fine for deaf people to do this climb without any interpreting. However, they ask that when you book online via the conference URL you mention that you’re deaf in the booking notes. This will mean they can make extra preparations to pass on the Climb leader’s instructions.