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Guide to Sydney Tower Eye Tickets & Dining

Discover the bustling city of Sydney from its tallest vantage point, the Sydney Tower Eye. Standing tall at 309 metres high, it offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the city skyline, including the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge.

Read on to find detailed information about the Sydney Tower Eye, such as ticket options, opening hours, and insider tips that will make your experience worth remembering.

Why Visit Sydney Tower Eye?

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  • Spectacular views: Take in the stunning sights of the city skyline, sparkling waters, and beautiful beaches from the observation deck located at a height of 250 metres above ground.
  • Sunset magic: Experience the magical sunset from the Sydney Tower Eye, offering a romantic and picturesque setting for couples and photographers alike.
  • 4D cinematic experience: Included in your entry ticket, there is a 4D cinema experience that you can enjoy before you enter the lift to the observation deck. 
  • Skywalk adventure: Feel the thrill as you look down upon the city through the transparent floor beneath your feet, a true test of courage for the adventurous at heart.
  • Dining with a view: Savour exquisite cuisine while enjoying uninterrupted views of Sydney's skyline, creating an unforgettable culinary journey.

What Sydney Tower Eye Ticket Should You Pick?

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If you want just the views

Go for: Entry tickets
Duration: Flexible

  • Get entry access to Sydney’s tallest observation deck.
  • Upgrade your tickets to include a thrilling walk on air with the Skywalk experience.

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If you want dining with views

Go for: Dining experience tickets
Duration: 1.5 hours

  • Enjoy a delectable buffet lunch or dinner while enjoying spectacular views. 
  • Upgrade your tickets to get a reserved table next to the window and a free drink. 

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If you want to explore further

Go for: Combo tickets, multi-attraction pass
Duration: Flexible

  • Pick a 24 or 48 hour hop-on-hop-off tour with Sydney’s Big Bus and explore multiple attractions. 
  • Save big bucks with a multi-attraction pass that gives you entry access to up to 25 attractions. 

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Discounted Tickets

Children up to 2 years old can enter for free. Discounted tickets are available for children from 3 to 15 years old. Free access is also available for companions for the disabled with a valid Companion Card.

Sydney Tower Eye Highlights

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Observation Deck

Standing tall at 309 metres, the Observation Deck offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Sydney that will leave you spellbound. Take in the beauty of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House from up high.

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Step out onto the glass-floor platform and walk over the city, 268 metres above ground level. Known as the highest adventure experience in Sydney, feel the adrenaline pumping through your veins as you take in the spectacular view.

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History of Sydney Tower

Get a glimpse into the history of Sydney Tower with an interactive exhibition that highlights the construction of the tower, the changing skyline of Sydney, and the technological innovations that make it a landmark of the city.

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Sky High Dining

Treat yourself to an unforgettable dining experience at Sydney Tower Eye's restaurant, 360 Bar and Dining. Enjoy a delicious meal while soaking in the beautiful panoramic views of the city’s skyline.

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4D Motion Ride

Experience the adrenaline rush of a 4D cinema ride that takes you on an exhilarating journey over and around the city's iconic landmarks, immersing you in the thrill of the ride. Indulge in a VR experience that takes you on a roller coaster ride while still sitting in your chair.

Plan Your Visit To Sydney Tower Eye

Getting There
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Every Day: 10 AM - 7 PM

Last Entry: 6 PM

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit the Sydney Tower Eye is during the sunset when the views are at their most breathtaking. However, if you're looking to avoid crowds, the best time to visit is during weekdays or outside of peak tourist season. A higher crowd gathers in mid-afternoons so you can visit the tower right after opening or late in the afternoon to avoid crowds.

Address: Sydney Tower Eye, Westfield Sydney, Level 5/108 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia. Find on Maps

Sydney Tower Eye is located in the heart of the city, making it easily accessible from all parts of Sydney. 

Closest train station: St. James Station

Closest bus stops: Elizabeth Street, Castlereagh Street.

The entrance to the Sydney Tower Eye is located on Level 5 of the Westfield Sydney shopping centre. You can access this level via the Market Street or Castlereagh Street entrance.

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  • Toilets: Restrooms are available on Level 5 and the Observation Deck.
  • Baby changing rooms: There are baby changing facilities on the Observation Deck as well.
  • Free wifi: Free wifi is available throughout the tower.
  • Gift Shop: A gift shop is located on Level 5, where you can purchase souvenirs, gifts, and merchandise. The shop can be accessed without an entry ticket to the Sydney Tower Eye as well. 
  • Snacks: There is a small kiosk that serves snacks and drinks within Sydney Tower Eye. You can bring in your own food and water as well.
  • Locker rooms: There are small locker room facilities for the Skywalk. However, there are no luggage storage or cloakroom facilities. You can bring in your luggage, but ensure that you keep it with you at all times. 
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  • Wheelchair accessibility: The Sydney Tower Eye is entirely wheelchair accessible. You can also borrow wheelchairs which are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. 
  • Accessible toilets: There are wheelchair-accessible toilets available on the Observation Deck.
  • Accessible parking: Accessible parking is also available at partnered parking spaces. 
  • Sensory sensitivity kits: There are free Escape the Noise kits available upon request for those with sensory sensitivity.
  • Service dogs: Service dogs are welcome into the Sydney Tower Eye. 
  • Discounted tickets: Discounted tickets are available for those with disabilities. Free entry is also available for carers with a valid Companion Card. You will have to book your tickets online to use these options.
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Here are some restaurants at Sydney Tower that offer delectable flavours with mesmerising views.

SkyFeast: Indulge in a culinary extravaganza at SkyFeast, where a sumptuous buffet awaits. With a wide range of international and local dishes, including fresh seafood, succulent meats, and delectable desserts, you can feast while enjoying stunning views of Sydney from the tower's height.

Infinity: Step into a world of elegance and sophistication at Infinity. This fine dining restaurant offers a refined menu featuring gourmet creations prepared with the finest ingredients. Savour the exquisite flavours and impeccable presentation while being mesmerised by the breathtaking views that stretch beyond the horizon.

Bar 83: Elevate your senses at Bar 83, a stylish and trendy destination for drinks and light bites. Enjoy a wide selection of cocktails, wines, and spirits as you unwind in the chic atmosphere. With its prime location on the 83rd floor, the bar offers spectacular views of Sydney's skyline, making it an ideal spot for relaxation and socialising.

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To ensure everyone's safety, there are a few rules that you should keep in mind during your visit to the Sydney Tower Eye:

  • Smoking and vaping are not permitted in any part of the tower.
  • Running and jumping are not allowed on the Observation Deck or Skywalk.
  • Food and drinks are not allowed on the Skywalk.
  • Walkers and walking sticks are not permitted on the Skywalk.
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  • Sydney Skydive: Indulge the adrenaline junkie in you and take a plunge from 15000 feet to discover Sydney like never before with a tandem skydive. 
  • Sydney Opera House: Enjoy a show or take a guided tour of this architectural marvel that has been a major landmark in the city for many years. 
  • Sydney Harbour Cruises: Look at the city of Sydney from a whole new perspective as you take a relaxing cruise along the Sydney Harbour.
  • SEALIFE Sydney: Learn about the native marine animals of Australia as you take an educational tour through the city’s famous oceanarium tunnel.

Visitor Tips 

  • Book online tickets: Book your tickets online in advance to get skip-the-line access to avoid waiting in long queues.
  • Lesser crowds on weekdays: Try to visit during weekdays to avoid crowds.
  • Disability assistance: If you need any assistance with disabilities, reach out to the staff members or the information kiosk at the Observation Deck.
  • ID for wheelchair: Carry a valid ID proof if you need to borrow a wheelchair. 
  • Stunning views: Don't forget to bring your camera or phone to capture the stunning views of the city.
  • Dress comfortably: Wear comfortable shoes as you'll be walking around the Observation Deck and Skywalk.

Frequently Asked Questions About Sydney Tower Eye Tickets

What is the cost of a Sydney Tower Eye ticket?

The tickets to Sydney Tower Eye start from AU$24.8 and go up based on the inclusions in your ticket.

How can I book my Sydney Tower Eye tickets?

You can easily book your Sydney Tower Eye tickets online.

Why should I book my Sydney Tower Eye tickets online?

Booking your Sydney Tower Eye tickets online gives you various advantages like:
- Online discounts: Get up to 20% off with online prices for your Sydney Tower Eye tickets.
- Advanced booking: You can book the experiences you need in advance to avoid unavailability on the day of your visit.
- Free cancellations: You can easily cancel your tickets up to 24 hours in advance and get a full refund.

Is it worth visiting Sydney Tower Eye?

Absolutely! The Sydney Tower Eye is an iconic attraction that gives you breathtaking views of the city from a height of 309 metres. It's a must-visit attraction for anyone visiting Sydney.

What are the ticket options for Sydney Tower Eye?

You can choose to either get a skip-the-line ticket to the Sydney Tower Eye that gives you fast-tracked access or choose a Multi-Attraction or Explorer Pass that give you access to the Sydney Tower Eye along with other popular attractions in the city. There is also a dining experience at the Sydney Tower, however, access to the Observation Deck isn't included in this.

What can I see at Sydney Tower Eye?

The Sydney Tower Eye is situated more than 300 meters off the ground, giving you stunning views of the city. Apart from this, you can indulge in their thrilling activities like Skywalk or 4D motion ride, or even dine among the clouds, depending on availability.

What is included in my Sydney Tower Eye tickets?

With your Sydney Tower Eye tickets, you can either get entry access to the observation deck, or couple this with the Skywalk experience. You can also upgrade your tickets when after your arrival to include the experiences you want, depending on their availability.

Where is the Sydney Tower Eye located?

The Sydney Tower Eye is located at Westfield Sydney, Level 5/108 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia. Find it on Maps.

What are the opening hours of Sydney Tower Eye?

The Sydney Tower Eye is open every day from 10 AM to 7 PM.

How long should I spend at Sydney Tower Eye?

Plan to spend at least half an hour at the Sydney Tower Eye to capture the stunning city views, but you can easily spend more time if you want to enjoy all the different attractions and experiences it offers.

What's the best time to visit the Sydney Tower Eye?

The best time to visit the Sydney Tower Eye is at sunset when the views are most stunning. For fewer crowds, we recommend visiting on weekdays or during off-peak tourist seasons.

Is the Sydney Tower Eye wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the Sydney Tower Eye is completely accessible by wheelchair. However, Skywalk is not accessible by wheelchair.