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Take the 40-second elevator ride to Sydney Tower’s observation decks and restaurants, more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) above street level in the center of Sydney. Opened in the 1980s, the tower has become a firm favorite with locals and visitors. It’s a much-loved part of the Sydney skyline.
The tower is divided into four sections. The main observation deck, known as the Sydney Tower Eye, is on the top level. Fully enclosed and surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass, the deck offers 360-degree views of Sydney and beyond. From here, see all the way to the Blue Mountains and up and down the coastline. Multilingual touch screens, high-powered binoculars and a 4-D cinema experience will get you familiar with Sydney in no time. Navigate the city with ease once you return to ground level.
For an unforgettable Sydney dining experience, head to the bars and restaurants on the lower three levels. The 360 Bar and Dining rotates as you eat, while Sydney Tower Buffet is perfect for families. For fine dining and cocktails, head to Sky Venue located on level three.
Get the ultimate scenic high on a Skywalk. During this experience, you’ll don a special jumpsuit, strap on a safety harness, and step out onto the glass-floored viewing platforms that are more than twice the height of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Throughout the 45-minute walk an experienced guide will show you the city landmarks. Cameras and mobile phones are prohibited for safety reasons; however, professional photographs are available.
Sydney Tower is centrally located on Market Street, one of Sydney’s busiest downtown streets. Public transport is the easiest option to reach the tower, which is open daily. The observation deck is closed on Christmas Day.
This family-friendly Sydney hotel is located in the historical district, just steps from Circular Quay and Museum of Contemporary Art. The Rocks Markets and Sydney Opera House are also within 15 minutes. Sydney Circular Quay Station is only a 3-minute walk and Wynyard Station is 7 minutes.
This apartment building is located in Pyrmont (Darling Harbour), close to International Convention Centre Sydney, Harbourside, and Chinese Garden of Friendship. Also nearby are Australian National Maritime Museum and Chinatown Night Market.
Located in Sydney Central Business District, this luxury apartment building is within a 5-minute walk of Sydney Town Hall and The Galeries. Chinatown Night Market and Capitol Theatre are also within 10 minutes. Town Hall Station is only a 3-minute walk and Museum Station is 6 minutes.
This apartment building is located in Darlinghurst (Sydney Central Business District), close to Australian Museum, Hyde Park, and Queen Victoria Building. Also nearby are Sydney Tower and Paddy's Market.
Located in Darling Harbour, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Harbourside and Australian National Maritime Museum. Sydney Lyric Theatre and Wild Life Sydney Zoo are also within 10 minutes. Convention Light Rail Station and Pyrmont Bay Light Rail Station are within a 5-minute walk.
Located in Sydney Central Business District, this luxury hotel is steps from Circular Quay, Customs House, and Government House. Sydney Opera House and Museum of Sydney are also within 5 minutes. Sydney Circular Quay Station is only a 4-minute walk and Martin Place Station is 11 minutes.
This apartment building is located in Haymarket (Sydney Central Business District), close to Paddy's Market, Hyde Park, and Queen Victoria Building. Also nearby are University of Technology Sydney and Circular Quay.
Located in Sydney Central Business District, this luxury hotel is steps from Westfield Shopping Centre, Sydney Tower, and Queen Victoria Building. Sydney Town Hall and Pitt Street Mall are also within 5 minutes. Town Hall Station is only a 4-minute walk and St. James Station is 6 minutes.