Sydney Tower Eye and Skywalk, Sydney

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Starting at a height of 250 m (820 ft) above the ground, Sydney Tower Eye and Skywalk provides outstanding panoramic views of the city and its harbor. Walk around the Eye, reading information about the wind speed, direction, and sway amplitude outside, and then watch video footage from around Sydney in the 4D cinema. If you've joined an organized tour of Sydney Tower, it will likely bring you to Skywalk, an open-air platform with a glass floor encircling the Eye at a height of 268 m (879 ft). Make Sydney Tower Eye and Skywalk a part of your Sydney vacation plans using our Sydney trip itinerary planning website .
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  • Too expensive and touristy... No comparison to Seattle Space Needle or Eiffel Tower. Skip it, unless you leave it for the very last day, and are bored with Sydney.  more »
  • the Sydney Tower is recommended for entry. m you can once again look at the city from above. The waiting time is also very legitimate.
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  • We went to have an evening meal there,is a buffet with sea food and all different dishes. It was dark and you could see the harbour and opera house as it rotates around. The city look lovely at night ...  more »
  • 4D show was short but great. My daughter was trying to grab things from the screen. Can be a bit of a wait to get up to viewing level but worth the wait. Is a bit crowded but lots of space to look through the windows.
  • Elegant view of the Sydney city from the Australia's tallest building. Must watch spot for the tourists and recommend not to miss this. Various discount coupons available on the cash counter, utilise the best offer to visit multiple tourist spots. Can see this building even from outside the Sydney city as well. Wonderful
  • Staff very friendly and professional. Excellent view. Took my mom and she was very happy. Went on the 31st Dec, there was a long queue but it moved quickly.
  • When I chose this expensive restaurant for my marriage anniversary dinner, I expected to find a calm environment, with a beautiful sight and wonderful food. Certainly the sight of the city was awesome, but that's all about it. The restaurant is full of tourist families with children that play and scream all the time; and because the restaurant spins, lots of times they ended up by our table's side. Additionally, DO NOT BUY THE PICTURES they take. They are awful and too expensive. The website they provide to download the pictures doesn't work, so you can't have them in a digital format.
  • The view is outstanding. The Tower rotates approximately 360 degrees each hour. The food was delicate but quite good. Not for the hungry. Great date spot.

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