Sydney Tower Eye

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Sydney Tower is the highest point in Sydney, with 360-degree views of the sparkling city below – a must-do experience for any young visitor to our city and a unique family outing for residents. After a thrilling 40 second elevator ride on a double decker lift, the tower reveals a birds-eye view of the city stretching from our famous beaches to the distant Blue Mountains. Kids and adults alike will have a great time finding local landmarks.

Our favourite bit of the visit is the 4D movie experience. Spectacular footage transports you across Sydney Harbour, its 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.

New Feature - Enless Lights

From 1 March, Sydney Tower Eye will launch Endless Lights, a unique, mesmerising light installation offering the ultimate illusions and photo opportunities for guests.

Available for a limited time only, the experience was inspired by the alluring, vast Sydney skyline as seen from the Observation Deck of the Sydney Tower Eye which offers unrivalled views of the harbour city.

The light installation features mirrored walls and a custom-built Perspex base which creates the optical illusion of height, making the guests feel like they are floating above an endless floor.

For more information on Endless Lights, click HERE.

Admission: Adult $29, Child $20 – substantially cheaper if you pre-book online. Or save even more by buying a combination ticket with the other attractions including SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium and WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo.

Getting there: Sydney Tower is located on the corner of Pitt Street and Market Street. Town Hall and St James Station are both less than a 10 minute walk away.

Facilities: Westfield Shopping Centre below has a huge range of food options for all tastes and budgets. The Tower is stroller accessible and baby change facilities are available in the Westfield Centre.

 

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