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Enjoy panoramic views and an incredible meal at the Sydney Tower Restaurant, perched atop the t...
Enjoy an elegant meal while overlooking the stunning Sydney skyline at 360 Bar and Dining, the ...
Visit five top attractions in Sydney and enjoy great savings with the Sydney Pass. Your pass in...
Rise to the challenge and experience Sydney’s highest outdoor adventure. The Sydney SKYWALK at Sydn...
View Sydney in all its breathtaking glory from Sydney Tower Eye and the Observation Deck. At 30...
Walk 820 feet above street level on the Sydney Tower Observation Deck and get panoramic views as far...
Enjoy a delicious buffet in Sydney Tower's famous rotating restaurant whilst taking in the best view...
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Visit your choice of two, three or four of Sydney’s most popular attractions at your own pace w...
Lunch or dine with panoramic views at the rotating 360 Bar and Dining restaurant on top of Sydney To...
Get 30 days to enjoy 5 of Sydney's top attractions with the Ultimate Sydney Pass. Take a walk on the...
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You can't miss the Sydney Tower for the best panoramic views at the heart of the Sydney central busi...
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See the best of Sydney from land, sky and sea with this deluxe, 2-day hop-on hop-off ticket with ent...
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Book your ticket for Sydney’s highest outdoor adventure. Enjoy a tour of the Skywalk at the Sydney T...
See the sights around Sydney Harbour with a 2-day hop-on hop-off ferry ticket. Hop off to explore si...
Enjoy eye-popping views night and day from Sydney′s tallest structure A visit to Sydney Tower Eye is...
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For a complete overview of Sydney when your cruise ship docks in port, enjoy lunch at the panor...
Watch the fireworks and count down to 2018 from the tallest tower in Sydney! Enjoy a scrumptious buf...
Soaring to a height of 309 metres above Sydney's central business district, the Sydney Tower is the tallest structure in the city and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere after the 328 metre tall Sky Tower in Auckland.
Soaring to a height of 309 metres above Sydney's central business district, the Sydney Tower is the tallest structure in the city and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere after the 328 metre tall Sky Tower in Auckland. Designed by Australian architect Donald Crone, the tower has the Westfield Sydney shopping centre at the base, and a 4-level golden turret at the top with 360 Bar and Dining on level 1, Sydney Tower Buffet on level 2, STUDIO - the highest event space in the Southern Hemisphere on level 3, and finally an observation deck, Sydney Tower Eye, on level 4 at a height of 250 metres. Get incredible panoramic views over Sydney and the harbor through the telescopes placed in every direction, from the Blue Mountains in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east. The top floor also houses a gift shop, 4D cinema, and touchscreens that display statistics of the tower. For a heart-stopping adventure, go onto the Skywalk, an open-air glass-floored platform encircling the tower at a height of 268 metres above ground level.
The Sydney Tower is accessible from the Pitt Street Mall, and elevators from level 5 of the Westfield Sydney go all the way to the observation deck.
100 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
+61 1800 258 693
Located at the base of Sydney Tower, Westfield is an upscale shopping mall with over 350 retail outlets spread across 6 floors
The Stockland Glasshouse is a shopping centre on Pitt Street Mall with an eclectic mix of retail outlets that include leading international brands, indie boutiques, and the largest H&M store and Zara Home outlets in Sydney
Located 60 kilometres to the west of Sydney, the Blue Mountains are a perfect weekend getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city
The Sydney Opera House may be the most renowned building in Sydney, but the Queen Victoria Building in the central business district certainly holds its place among the city's most beautiful buildings
Martin Place is a pedestrian mall in the heart of Sydney's Central Business District, running from George Street to Macquarie Street
The Sydney Cenotaph in Martin Place is one of the oldest World War I monuments in central Sydney, built in 1927 to commemorate the Australian soldiers who died in service during the war
The City Recital Hall is a performance space for solo recitals, chamber music and the spoken word
Forgotten Songs is a public art installation above Sydney's Angel Place