20 August, 2009
breakfast on the bridge
NSW Government is giving a 6000 lucky people an opportunity to be part of history, having breakfast on Sydney Harbour Bridge on 25th October 2009 as part of Crave Sydney for October celebration.
There will be lots of foods, arts and festivals during October, including many free activities and events. For more detail, check out Crave Sydney website.
More detail about Break on the Bridge will be announced on the website shortly.
Posted by Antony on 20 August 2009 10:17 PM
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Another lame-brained idea to waste taxpayer money and tie up the road system!!
Whatever happened to psychological assessments when hireing people for jobs?
Rev. Dr. Wu Yi,
You missed out the key thing, unlike picturesque Quincy
, where every park and public site is a beautiful place for breakfast, the NSW Government had to do something for the breakfast.
I can name some parks and public places where your breakfast would be devoured by flies, mosquitoes, and the other local wildlife, while you breathe in the exhaust fumes from passing cars, if that's what you mean.
You only pay attention to a few not-so-perfect sites while missing out the beautiful ones almost everywhere?
I believe my statement was correct for the majority of public sites here.
Perhaps, high class residents of picturesque Quincy do not enjoy breakfasts or having picnics outdoors. There must be plenty of high class cafés and restaurants all over the area.
No, people go in town to Boston for that. And every big city like Boston has its share of "high class cafes and restaurants", not to knock my employer of course!
I am sure some people prefer a slight less busy town like Quincy.
What an incredibly stupid idea. As if Sydney 's drivers and North Shore residents dont have enough to put with, now 12 hours of chaos and delays for a few greenies to get a close up view of the crash barriers. A STUPID and INCONSIDERATE event which should never be repeated.
Hardly a green idea! Think about the pollution generated from the turf alone - cutting it, transporting it to the bridge and moving it back again.
Plus the wasted water alone to keep it looking good.
Just waste NSW Govt
Freaking Breakfast on the bridge “ooo, la deee da!!
Now that’s another No brainer idea, as Australia’s trying to recover from a global crises? Is this what the country needs now? Showing to the rest of the world how immature we still are as a Nation. What a bunch of sheep some people have become to attend the Breakfast like a flock of docile sheep.
There are a thousand wiser ideas to spend that type of money on, which could benefit all tax payers not just the “chosen few”
Talk about cultural cringe. Whatever will they come up with next, Morris dancing along Parramatta Road?