When Sydney Bridge was constructed, the bridge was intended to open to traffic in the harbour.
The iconic image of Sydney Harbour being opened up to pedestrians is a popular tourist attraction.
Now the iconic Sydney Harbour bridge is being painted with a paint tool made by the 1970’s.
ABC News contacted the bridge’s current owner, Sydney Harbour Group, to find out how the iconic bridge was built and why it has become so heavily covered in paint.
It is not known whether the paint was painted on by the company before it was constructed or afterwards.
ABC Sydney spoke to Sydney Harbour’s head of maintenance, Brian White.
“I would love to tell you, if you could, I would love you to paint that bridge,” he said.
Mr White said the paint job was done to the bridge and was “very well done”.
“I’m very proud of that painting,” he added.
Sydney Harbour was built in the 1970 to 1980s and has since been used as the entrance to many other major Australian cities including Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney.
ABC Fact Check is investigating whether the painted bridge is worth its price tag.
When the Sydney Bridge opened in the mid-1970s, it was seen as a symbol of Sydney’s multicultural nature.
It was a symbol for multiculturalism and Sydney was seen by many as the “capital of multiculturalism”.
It has become an icon of Australia’s multicultural society.
Mr Whit said the Sydney’s “white” colour was chosen because it was the colour of the Australian flag.
“We wanted to make sure that we were recognising the fact that we had a multicultural society,” he explained.
The paint job also took about three months.
Mr Redmayne said that “as long as it stays, it will stay”.
He said that he had previously painted the bridge in a similar manner.
“A lot of times, it’s done with a piece of chalk,” he told ABC News.
“Sometimes it’s a bit more complicated, you know, with some paint, you can actually get it really good and smooth, but that’s not always the case.”
Mr Red mayne also said that it was important for people to understand that “we are a multicultural city and that’s why it’s such a beautiful place”. “
That bridge’s going to be painted and it will look pretty amazing, but it’s just a shame.”
Mr Red mayne also said that it was important for people to understand that “we are a multicultural city and that’s why it’s such a beautiful place”.
He also said “we have a very strong connection” with the Harbour.
ABC The ABC has asked Sydney Harbour to comment on the paint jobs and whether the bridge is in the process of being painted over.
We will update this story as more information becomes available.