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SKYWALK is simply awesome in the weather too! We have an ‪#‎eyeonsydney‬ in all weather conditions :) Come up and see for yourself!
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Struggling to find the perfect fun and romantic activity for Valentine's weekend? We can save you with SKYWALK! We also have amazing food and entertainment packages available (check out the 'Packages' page of our website) to help you create an unforgettable Valentine's weekend. For more information on your SKYWALK 'ticket to love', check out our website ‪#‎eyeonsydney‬ ‪#‎happyvalentinesday‬
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Word up, Sydney! The sun is shining again in our fair city - beautiful. Who's heading to Sydney in October for the Navy International Fleet Review? They're claiming it's going to be the best fireworks and light show event on Sydney Harbour since the 2000 Olympics, and we're going to have the best view up here :) #sydney  
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Who's enjoying the amazing spring weather? It'll be hitting the 30s again this week! Perfect SKYWALK weather, but we would say that...
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新年快乐! Happy Chinese New Year! We have a very special Chinese New Year period coming up at the Sydney Tower Eye.

We have partnered with global culinary powerhouse Din Tai Fung for 4 days between Thursday 19th February to Sunday 22nd February. Between 11:30am-2pm and 5:30-8:30pm each day, Din Tai Fung will be serving a special edition menu on the Observation Deck, including sweet and cute lunar lamb buns, pork buns, vegetarian buns, black sesame buns and their signature lychee mint drink!

In addition to this, we will have traditional Chinese lion dance performances from 2-2:30pm (Thursday 19th February to Sunday 22nd February), as well as a wishing wall for guests to place their new years wishes!

There is also a whole lot more happening at the Sydney Tower Eye throughout the whole Chinese New Year period (February 18 to March 5), so for more information, head to our website www.sydneytowereye.com.au
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Hi everybody! How was everyone's weekend? We hope it was superb :) If you're looking for a midweek treat this week, why not spoil yourself, or somebody else with a 'Yoga from the Sky' class! Just $25 per person and includes a healthy, delicious breakfast! More details at our website www.sydneytowereye.com.au :)
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100 Market St Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
100 Market StreetAUNew South WalesSydney2000
+61 1800 258 693sydneytowereye.com.au
Observation DeckToday 9:00 am – 9:30 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 9:30 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 9:30 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 9:30 pmThursday 9:00 am – 9:30 pmFriday 9:00 am – 9:30 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 9:30 pmSunday 9:00 am – 9:30 pm
Sydney Tower Eye is the perfect place to start your Sydney adventure. With views stretching out as far as the eye can see in all directions, there's no better place to find your bearings.

Sydney Tower Eye is a true year-round visitor attraction. Gazing out across the beautiful harbour city you'll be captivated by the views of stunning Sydney in all its glory. Crystal clear skies in winter make for the best viewing distances of the year, while in Spring the explosion of Jackaranda Trees covers the Eastern Suburbs in vibrant splashes of purple. Sydney is at its best in Summer, and guests soak up the city's laidback Summer vibe from the cool air-conditioned deck as the streets swelter below. Autumn brings gorgeous orangey glows and the best sunsets of the year - the perfect time to head out on a Skywalk for 'that' picture of the city and harbour in the background.
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Landmark building, opened in 1981, with a 4D cinema, observation deck and outdoor viewing platform.- Google
"Great view of the city on a beautiful day."
"Be aware it can scare young kid out of the blue."
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Major Golf
a month ago
The Sydney Tower Eye is made up of a indoor and outdoor viewing area. The tour starts off with a 4D ride around Sydney. The indoor viewing deck offers a great view of Sydney. You can see Sydney famous beaches, cbd and all the way to the blue mountains. The Skywalk is the outdoor tour which is a additional charge. You are walking on air and can see the steets of Sydney below you. All tours are safe and sound and are a great tourist attraction.
CARLOS ANDRES GARCIA JIMENEZ
2 months ago
My wife and I love this place, view is the best and if you are lucky with weather even better, food is good enough to enjoy and take a good time. Try to come in on weekdays otherwise you need to be patient because lift lines can take long time.
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Jack Liu
6 months ago
Part of my Christmas Trip in 2014, the experience on Sydney Tower Eye is somewhere ok, in overall. GOOD Admission price is reasonable. But that is only if you buy one of the 5-attraction package, that is about $13 per adult. So, plan for it. Being a landmark in Sydney as an observation deck, you will get descent views even on general admission. Excellent location in Sydney CBD, you can get there by train, bus or on foot if you are around CBD. Shopping centres and food courts are nearby. The "4D movie" is exciting, regardless it is a bit too short. Be aware it can scare young kid out of the blue. I saw at least 3 parents need to took out their kids/ babies and clam them. BAD Don't put the bar too high as the windows of the observation deck is FULL of finger prints. It can be very different to get a clear photo. As a famous attraction, there will be many people. I am unsure how people flow control work, but you basically are allowed to stay as long as you wish. Good side is you can enjoy the time, but down side is FULLY packed visitors. The deck can get very warm and hard to breath when that happens. Just get patient if that happens. There is a special admission you can pay for viewing scene with no windows blocking you. However, no camera is allowed, pretty bad for a "premium admission". That is a policy thing, for safety sake I heard. Thing 3 times if you want to do this. OVERALL If it is your first time to Sydney, I will say this is a must go attraction. It is an arguably a "revisiting attraction", unless you really like photography or scenery of Sydney CBD. If windows is clean and clear, it will be a FIVE stars observation deck. Allowing visitor to bring camera for "sky walk" then it will be SIX stars :)
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Neil Powell
6 months ago
I choose this venue for NYE fire works which visually was great. The only issue I had was they played pop music during the fireworks display drowning out the fireworks exploding which was the only reason we picked this venue. Really annoyed me. Other than that it was a great place to be on NYE.
Jean-Noel Grandry
2 months ago
I went there for a Sunday lunch with family. It worth go there once en enjoy the view. Now , don't expect to see the harbour and the opera from there (just as a reminder to people who might think you can see everything from there)... The buffet was ok...
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Natalie Hosking
4 weeks ago
Was an amazing experience, although we did wait a very long time!! We didn't get to eat until 8.30pm but in the end it was worth it.
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Natalia Lotero
6 months ago
the longest lines i have done to go in , and what is unbelievable ...i had to made a line to go out!!!.....i spent more than two hours in lines, they should tell you in advanced that you are gonna be stucked there for so long...... not worth it at al!!!.....very dissapointing
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Walt N
10 months ago
Although it's not straight forward to find the entrance (hiding inside the top floor of a shopping centre), this entrance of the area looks nice with full of educational fact about the building of Sydney Centrepoint tower. The staff are readily available and seem to be well trained to respond to any queries tourists may have. The best part - the Tower Eye 4D experience The worse part - the queue to get up/down the elevators Make sure you go at quieter time and book your tickets online. It's not so fun waiting in queues among sea of tour groups and school excursions for an hour then only get to view 5 mins of cityscape of Sydney. Not so cheap to go up too.
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