1 Key Facts
- Entry to the Sydney Tower Eye
- Admission to internal observation deck
- 4D cinema experience
- Transport from/to hotel
- Food & beverages
|Address||Level 5, Westfield Sydney, 100 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000|
|How to get there||By Train -
The closest rail stations to Sydney Tower Eye are St James, Town Hall and Martin Place. St James is on the City Circle Line and is just a 2 minute walk west from the Westfield Sydney centre where Sydney Tower Eye is located. Town Hall is is a 5-10 minute walk away north along George Street and the east up Market Street. Martin Place is on the Eastern Suburbs Line and is a 5-10 minute walk south along Castlereagh or Pitt Streets.
The Sydney Tower has been an integral feature of the Sydney skyline for over 30 years. Measuring 309 metres at its highest point, it is one of the tallest structures in the southern hemisphere and by far the tallest building in Sydney which makes the views of the city, and beyond, unparalled.
Facts about Sydney Tower Eye
- The golden turret has a capacity of 960 persons and contains two levels of restaurants, a coffee lounge, an Observation Deck, two telecommunication transmission levels and three plant levels.
- The 420 windows of the tower are cleaned by a semi-automatic window cleaning machine name 'Charlie'. 'Charlie' recycles and filters 50 litres of water and takes two days to clean all the windows.
- 56 cables stabilise the tower, and if the strands of these cables were laid end to end, they would reach from Sydney to Alice Springs or from Sydney to New Zealand.
- Sydney Tower is the first to see the Sydney dawn, and the last to see its final dusk.
- The spire located above the Tower is used for telecommunications and navigation purposes.
If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel between 0 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee. If no show, no refund.