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The highest building in Sydney attracts visitors by its observation platforms and an opportunity to visit a revolving restaurant.
Sydney Tower is of particular importance for the city residents. Its hyperboloid 309-meter high construction adorns the downtown. The tower is especially attractive during the New Year holidays – with all its colorful illumination and breathtaking fireworks, shot from its top.
The rest of the time, the main attractions of the tower are local shops, revolving restaurant that accommodates 220 visitors, cinema, indoor observation deck and open platform with a glass floor.
You can get to any level of the tower by a high-speed elevator or by the stairs with more than a thousand steps.
Entrance fee for adults is $25, for children – $15, there are discounts for students and seniors.
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Come on up to Sydney Tower Eye
Get to the top of Sydney Tower. The imposing height of the building and the surrounding panorama will impress you.AU$252
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Sydney Tower Eye on the mapLocation: 100 Market Street
the tower is open daily from 9:00 am to 10:30 pm
Phone: +61 1800 258 693