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Sydney Tower Eye

from £15 per person

At 250m above street level, the Sydney Tower Eye offers stunning, uninterrupted panoramic 360 degree views of Sydney and its famous landmarks.

On a clear day, you can see up to 80km – everything from the Blue Mountains, Harbour Bridge, and the Sydney Opera House to Bondi Beach and Botany Bay. It is perfect for planning a day around Sydney and understanding the layout of this beautiful and cosmopolitan city.

NEW: Uncover a new dimension to Sydney with the brand new 4D Cinema Experience. See what makes Sydney the city it is through a whole new perspective with spectacular footage transporting you across Sydney Harbour, its famous coastline, iconic landmarks and events that are integral to the city. The engaging film experience is taken to the fourth dimension with evocative in-theatre effects including wind, bubbles and fire – in a perfect way to get to know the inspiring city of Sydney.

Facts about Sydney Tower Eye

  • The height of Sydney Tower from the bottom to the very tip of the spire is 309 metres.
  • The golden turret has a capacity of 960 persons and contains two levels of restaurants, a coffee lounge, an Observation Deck, two telecommunication transmission levels and three plant levels.
  • Three double deck lifts provide access to the Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck and restaurants.
  • The 1504 fire-isolated sets of pressurised stairs, closely monitored by security, allow patrons direct access to street level, in case of an emergency.
  • The 420 windows of the tower are cleaned by a semi-automatic window cleaning machine name 'Charlie'. 'Charlie' recycles and filters 50 litres of water and takes two days to clean all the windows.
  • A 162,000 litre water tank, the tower's primary damping system also acts as a stabiliser for the tower.
  • 56 cables stabilise the tower, and if the strands of these cables were laid end to end, they would reach from Sydney to Alice Springs or from Sydney to New Zealand.
  • The spire located above the Tower is used for telecommunications and navigation purposes.
  • Contrary to popular belief, Sydney Tower was never officially named Centrepoint Tower.
  • Sydney Tower is the first to see the Sydney dawn, and the last to see its final dusk.
  • Sydney Tower retains its original name today as simply 'Sydney Tower', with the Sydney Tower Eye being the name of the viewing attraction located on the upper level, providing the best views from the highest point in the city.
  • The SKYWALK experience was constructed at the top of Sydney Tower in 2005 at a cost of almost $4 million

Ticket Information

  • Open 7 days a week, 364 days a year (closed Christmas Day)
  • Open 9am – 10:30pm.
  • Wheelchair accessible. (Require advanced noticed)
  • 4D cinema included - there is no need for a time alloction for this as it runs every 5 mins.

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