Amongst the picnic goers were members of Australia’s national football team, the Socceroos and some of the best local and international chefs taking part in the Crave Sydney International Food Festival events. (SUPPLIED)
Breakfast at Sydney Harbour Bridge is part of annual Crave Sydney International Food Festival, at event Bridge became like a picnic spot. More than 200,000 residents and international tourists joined Sydney Harbour Bridge picnic, which is known as the centerpiece of the city’s month-long food festival. From around he world celebrity chefs joined the event, including Margaret Xu Yuan and Siu Ming Leung of Hong Kong’s Yin Yang restaurant. The event was also tied to the city’s bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, so members of the Australian national soccer team, the Socceroos, were picnicking, too.
The world renowned ‘coathanger’ bridge, was covered in 11,000 square metres of turf which will now be relocated to a Sydney park. (SUPPLIED)
Demonstrating Sydney’s support of Australia’s 2022 FIFA World Cup bid, a four metre high giant ‘Come Play’ football was rolled down the centre of the Australian landmark. (SUPPLIED)
Breakfast on the Bridge is the centrepiece of the annual Crave Sydney International Food Festival, a month long celebration offering extraordinary food experiences in unique Sydney locations. (SUPPLIED)
Sydney’s iconic Harbour Bridge on Sunday was transformed into the world’s greatest picnic spot where 7,500 people enjoyed breakfast with a spectacular harbour view, whilst being suspended 50m above the water. (SUPPLIED)