Sydney Harbor Bridge is situated in New South Wales of Australia. Positioned very near to the opera house of Sydney, this place is an appealing destination for tourists. Conversationally termed as the ‘Coat hanger', the Sydney Harbor Bridge, provides as the main hub for vehicles, rail and walker traffic functioning between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore. The overpass loomed as the city's loftiest construction until 1967. This place has also found its place in the Guinness book of World Records for being the widest long distance bridge and also the biggest steel archway bridge rising to a height of 134 meters above the harbor.