If you’re into shooting urban scenes and cityscapes, you’ll want to take a trip up Sydney Tower Eye. At 309 meters, it’s Sydney’s tallest structure, and the observation deck offers incredible 360-degree views. High above the buildings, it’s a perfect perch for architectural photos. Use a long lens to eliminate any issues created by shooting through glass. The main observation deck is inside, completely enclosed, but the Skydeck experience gives you a bird’s-eye view of the city from a platform hugging the outside of the tower. Unfortunately, cameras are not permitted outside, but your guide can take happy snaps of you with the city and harbour as backdrop.
Sydney Tower Eye, often referred to by Sydney-siders as Sydney Tower, Centrepoint Tower, Westfield Centrepoint Tower or Sydney Skytower, has been an integral part of the famous Sydney skyline for the past 30 years. Discover 360-degree views of the beautiful Sydney form our indoor Observation Deck,…
Sydney Tower is Sydney's tallest structure and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere.
At 309-metres high, Sydney Tower Eye is Sydney’s tallest building and has been an iconic feature of the city skyline for over 30 years. View the city from behind the wrap-around windows or step out onto the 268-metre high Skywalk for an uninterrupted view of the city. The famous landmark houses…
Landmark building, opened in 1981, with a 4-D cinema, observation deck and outdoor viewing platform.
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