Sydney Tower, SydneyCurrently Closed
- Address: Westfield Centre/100 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 10:30 pm Details
- Phone: +61-293339222
- Ticket Price: 19 AUD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Bar, View Point, Food And Drinks, Dine In, Restaurant, Leisure, Shopping Center, Family And Kids, Tower, Architecture , Observation Deck
About Sydney Tower, Sydney
The Tower of Sydney is a striking construction in Australia. It is the second tallest building in Australia as well as the second tallest observation tower among all the others in countries situated in the southern half of the world. It is situated in the Market Street of the Sydney business centre. Being facilitated for public visiting, the Sydney Tower is a prime visiting attraction for world tourists. It accommodates a highly featured shopping mall in its ground zone, along with the famous Sydney Tower Dining making it highly recommended to be added to trip planner Sydney.
The other major attractions of the Sydney tower are the Sydney Tower Eye and the observation deck known as Oztrek. The Tower also has an elite selection of extremely facilitated restaurants known as the 360 Bar and Dining and the Sydney Tower Buffet. Possibly the most famous and internationally visited hangout for high-end parties and celebrations- the Sky Venue, is able to host a huge count of guests. The Skywalk situated on the top of the Sydney Tower is an exclusive viewing and recreational zone for the international tourists. If you dare, one of the most exciting things to do in Sydney is the SKYWALK as it gives you a birds-eye view of the city in the most enthralling way ever!
The second tallest observation tower among all the others in countries, the Sydney Tower claims to be one of the attractions of Sydney. The best way to get to this attraction is to purchase Sydney Tower Tickets from the ticket window or online. There are various ticket prices pertaining to adults, children and senior citizens. To buy Tickets for Sydney Tower, you just need to walk to the counter and purchase the tickets. Sydney Tower Ticket Prices are affordable and promises you a great life time experience. Further, you can also book tickets for Sydney Tower with the help of some guided tours to know this attraction better.
Sydney Tower Information
- The prices above are for the Sydney Tower Eye.
- The Sydney Tower Eye offers a grand view and chiefly the observatory provisions to view the entire city of Sydney as well as the coastline and surroundings.
- The floor of the Tower Eye also features a newly built movie hall.
- The Skywalk costs Dollars 69 at the most and runs from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm from October to April and 10:00 am to 7:00 pm from May to September.
- If you book tickets online and in advance it is much cheaper. There are many packages that can get you amazing discounts as well.
Sydney Tower Ticket Prices
- child:$ 11.20(online booking), walk up price: $17
- Adult walk up price: $26.50
Sydney Tower Opening and Closing Hours
- Last entry is at 9:30 pm.
How To reach Sydney Tower by Public Transport
- Light Rail- Stop at Capitol Square and head along Pitt Street .
- Train- Stop at Town Hall station or St James station.
- Bus- Alight at Queen Victoria Building from George Street or at Hyde Park/St James Station from Elizabeth Street.
Restaurants Near Sydney Tower
- 360 Bar and Dining
- Sydney Tower Buffet
- Sky Venue
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sydney Tower
74.89% of people who visit Sydney include Sydney Tower in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
42.35% of people plan their visit to Sydney Tower between 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Sydney Tower
88.31% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sydney Tower
Sydney Tower, Sydney Reviews
Well worth the cost for a visit. We did the outside tour and that was also worth the cost. Kept us busy for a half day. You can see the entire city from the top. Staff were friendly and helpful. A very clean and well maintained place. I would recommend a visit if your in the city.
Spectacular view 5⭐️s from the observation desk. But the 4D experience is 1 ⭐️/5! I was shocked 🤯 with the movie duration & scenes selected; where are all those seats 💺 & the wild life scenes back in 2010! That blow tou away! The officer said things changed! Oh yeah, to the worse. Would i come back? I doubt it!
My visit was heaps of fun and everybody was really friendly and energetic! The souvenir store at the top of the tower is very reasonably priced and they have something for pretty much everyone. The skywalk was loads of fun too and our tour guide was awesome. The photo package was a little steep at A$50 but I went with it cuz some of the shots were pretty cool. Definitely a touristy place but a must do when visiting Sydney! 10/10
Sydney Tower Eye, is tallest building in Sydney, which can be accessed through westfield level-5. People can buy ticket's at westfield level-5, or they can buy online. If you forget to bring the printout of online ticket no need to worry just show them your ticket in your phone or soft copy. Staff at level-5 is so nice and very helpful. The 3D video shown at level-5, was really amazing which is included in tour package. Lifts hardly takes less than a min to reach to top level. Nice place to see Sydney city view and capture lovely images. There are lots of free accessible binoculars, which brings the things closer to your eye. Overall nice place to see city. You can carry water or snacks in your bag to have fun at top with your family or friends. A fun for kids. Recommend to go.
I visited the Sydney Tower Eye as an add-on to a Big Bus Tour (or rather it was part of the deluxe package) - I doubt I would spend the $28 just to go back up - (well, maybe for the nighttime showing since I only went just before noon). Maybe I set my expectations too high (no elevation pun intended) but I wasn't bowled over by the inside of the Eye. The initial elevator ride to the ticketing area was fine (though I couldn't understand how an air conditioned building was so hot). The 4D film was fun! The ride up the tower column to the Eye was claustrophobic and cramped as they are small wedges that they pack as many people as will fit. The views are massively spectacular and the height wonderfully dizzying. But it wasn't easy to get more than a fleeting view in any direction for long. Between people shoving their way in front of you to take selfies & families, kids, and even many adults pressing themselves to the glass and staying for long periods you can't be too polite. Prices for the drinks & food were predictably pricey, so take a bottle of water if you're going to be very long. The souvenir shops were surprisingly sprawled, but you can buy a post card there then mail it from "The Highest Working Post Box in the Southern Hemisphere!"