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Nothing you have ever experienced will prepare you for the awe inspiring view of Melbourne from the observation deck of the highest public vantage point in the Southern Hemisphere. Located at Level 88, Eureka Skydeck is Melbourne's new 'must-see...more
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My friends had a whirlwind of Melbourne tour for only 2 nights. So I decided to take them to see the city from the tallest building (so far) in Southern Hemisphere. I’ve been here once with family in day time, the panoramic view of the...More
Came to do the sights and this was a great opportunity, lots of little viewing tunnels that point certain landmarks out for you , a cool green room to get a photo hanging off the building , if you had a bar or restaurant up...More
Went in on a whim and were not disappointed. The elevator ride was very quick, it is well organized for entry/exit. The views can't be beat from the top - it was amazing to see the city spread out under your feet. Bit pricy for...More
The view is nice and it’s not expensive however the photos do not turn out good and you can’t take your camera into the “edge”. If you have opportunities to do this in other cities it is better elsewhere.
Highest public vantage point in the southern hemisphere.....so far! Fast lift takes you all 88 storeys in approx 18 seconds, where you have can see forever in all directions. Can get crowded, so had to wait my turn to view some directions. I found it...More
A fast lift up to the viewing floor, and wow what an incredible sight, 360 degree views of the city and surrounds. There is a small area to go outside too, and The Edge experience for an additional fee. But the ability to see the...More
You can take as many photos as you like on the Skydeck and the outdoor terrace. The only area where we restrict any belongings, including camera's, is The Edge where we need to protect the glass. This is also why... More
You can take as many photos as you like on the Skydeck and the outdoor terrace. The only area where we restrict any belongings, including camera's, is The Edge where we need to protect the glass. This is also why we wear protective shoes inside. Hope this helps.