Sydney Harbour Bridge Shut as Thousands March for WorldPride Event

A crowd of at least 50,000 people marched across the Sydney Harbour Bridge in New South Wales on Sunday, March 5, as part of celebrations for Sydney WorldPride 2023, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

Drone footage of the event shows crowds filling streets in Sydney and making their way across the landmark, which was shut for seven hours, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was among attendees at the march, writing on Twitter: “It was incredible to walk across Sydney Harbour Bridge with WorldPride this morning, supporting human rights campaigners from Australia and across the world.” Credit: Original Spin via Storyful

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