The 251 metre tall Rialto Towers in Melbourne is the second-tallest reinforced concrete building and the tallest office building in the Southern Hemisphere

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Rialto Towers, Melbourne

The 251 metre tall Rialto Towers in Melbourne is the second-tallest reinforced concrete building and the tallest office building in the Southern Hemisphere.

The 251 metre tall Rialto Towers in Melbourne is the second-tallest reinforced concrete building and the tallest office building in the Southern Hemisphere. The Vue de Monde restaurant on the 55th level offers a fine-dining experience, with breathtaking views over the city.


Hours

Sun

7:00

19:00

Mon

7:00

19:00

Tue

7:00

19:00

Wed

7:00

19:00

Thu

7:00

19:00

Fri

7:00

19:00

Sat

7:00

19:00

About Rialto Towers

 525 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

 +61 3 9614 5888

 www.rialto.com.au

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