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Rising 297.3 metres in Melbourne's Southbank, the Eureka Tower soars above the skyline as the city's tallest building. The Eureka Skydeck 88 on the 88th floor (285 metres) of the tower is the highest public vantage point in a building in the Southern Hemisphere, and offers dizzying panoramic views over Melbourne. The rest of the Modern building has luxury residential apartments, with the top 10 floors having windows with gold-plated glass panels.

Take the fastest lift in the Southern Hemisphere to the observation deck, and check out the major attractions in town through one of the 30 view-finders around. From the busy CBD to the Albert Park Lake, Royal Botanic Gardens, and beyond the Dandenong Ranges, you can get a bird's eye view of the surroundings. For a heart-stopping experience, step into The Edge, a glass cube that slides horizontally out of the building and keeps you suspended for some time. There is also a green screen installation, 'Vertigo', that allows visitors to be photographed as if they are hanging out of the top of the building, holding on for life.

About Eureka Tower

 Eureka Tower, 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia

 Nearest Transit: Flinders Street (Line: City Loop)

 +61 3 9693 8888

Eureka Tower and Nearby Attractions on Map

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Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens

Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens(1.6 km)
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Shrine of Remembrance

Shrine of Remembrance(1.2 km)
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Old Melbourne Gaol

Old Melbourne Gaol(1.5 km)
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Block Arcade

Block Arcade(0.7 km)
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Southbank Melbourne

Southbank Melbourne(1.3 km)
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Royal Arcade

Royal Arcade(0.9 km)
The Royal Arcade is the oldest surviving shopping arcade in Australia, dating back to 1870.

Melbourne City Centre

Melbourne City Centre(0.6 km)
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Melbourne Museum

Melbourne Museum(2.1 km)
Housed in a Post-Modern building designed by Denton Corker Marshall Architects in Carlton Gardens, the Melbourne Museum explores Australian social history, indigenous cultures, science and natural history.

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