Sydney Tower Eye
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Sydney Tower Eye information
The 309m-tall Sydney Tower (built 1970–1981) offers unbeatable 360-degree views from the observation level 250m up – and even better ones for the daredevils braving the Skywalk on its roof. The visit starts with the 4D Experience – a short 3D film giving you a bird's-eye view (a parakeet's to be exact) of city, surf, harbour and what lies beneath the water, accompanied by mist sprays and bubbles; it's actually pretty darn cool.
Luke Skywalker aspirations? Don a spiffy ‘skysuit’ and take the Skywalk : shackle yourself to the safety rail and step onto two glass-floored viewing platforms outside Sydney Tower’s observation deck, 268m above the street. It's no place for the weak bowelled…
Tickets are cheaper online, or as part of a Sydney Attractions Pass.