25 Aug 2019
The Sydney Tower Stair Challenge will be challenging Australians to climb a whopping 1504 steps to the top of the Sydney Tower Eye in a bid to raise much-needed funds for Giant Steps, a charity dedicated to educating and supporting children and families living with autism.
Hosted by Stair Climb Australia (SCA) at Sydney’s tallest building, the 2019 Sydney Tower Stair Challenge is in its seventh year and is aiming to be a record breaker – marking AUD1 million of donations since the first event hosted by SCA in 2013.
With 15 categories throughout the morning, from Elite Runners to Fancy Dress, Celebrity Challenge or Social/Walking teams, Australians of all ages and fitness levels are encouraged to put on their running shoes and take part to do their bit for charity, one step at a time!
The current record is held by professional stair climber, Mark Bourne, who has completed the climb in just seven minutes and 11 seconds!
For more information on the Sydney Tower Stair Challenge, please visit the website.
Disabled access available
25 Aug 2019
Once Only Event
Sydney Tower Eye
100 Market Street, Sydney, 2000