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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  • Nice place to visit for children & adults. Is better to visit in the morning or afternoon, but they have an option that you can came back for only 10 aus in the same week so we visit at Night and have...  more »
  • Easy access. Panoramic view, but surrounded by glazed (my opinion: you get spectacular views with more contact with nature)
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  • Great 360 views of Sydney from the observation deck. My only problem was that it was a bit tricky to find the entry point as it is not at ground level and inside a very busy shopping centre. Maybe sig...  more »
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  • Located just at a walking distance from the town hall metro station, this structure is the tallest structure in Sydney and easily noticeable. The ticket includes admission to a 4D show that is not so fascinating. The views from the Tower are remarkable and to double the experience, you can use one of the plenty telescopes. They are FREE too. Plenty of seating facilities are available and there are toilets too.
  • THE WORST EXPERIENCE EVER!!!!! My family and I were so excited to go eat dinner at the tower, unfortunately it got ruined so fast. Big mistake. It is so expensive and the food at the buffet was horrible. It shouldn’t be one of the main attractions at Sydney, you couldn’t even see the Opera House and you could see very little of the bridge. With all the money I paid I could’ve seen Aida at the opera house. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY. I would rate this a 0.
  • Everything was good but the Asian shop assistant lady in the souvenir shop on the top of the tower was a really rude. When my son (2 years old) is playing for the boomerang, the lady came and take the boomerang from his hand and said you should not let the kid to touch! and then went away... First, the boomerang is not a very expensive or fragile product. Second, my son did not through it away or tried to make any damage. Third, my son did not disturb other customers. There was no one in the shop. I did not try to argue with the lady because I don't want to ruling the lovely Sunday but what she did was really disgusting. I will make formal complain. A very happy trip with the Annual Tickets but a fly just came in my month.
  • Next to the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb and other high risers, this is a great experience. The revolving restaurant envolves 360 degree view of Sydney. Super fast lift and ample opportunity to explore Sydney from the sky. The restaurants down below are also a great place to have a meal but they may be a bit expensive.
  • Not worth going up. The view is better from the ground. The tower is old and needs a renovation. The rotating restaurant is interesting though

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