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Sydney Tower Eye

Benefit: Single Entry (Booking Required)
Regular Price: Adult USD 24.69; Child USD 17.52

Attraction Highlights

  • See Sydney like never before, from 250 metres off the ground
  • Step onto the Internal Observation Deck for a 360-degree view of Sydney and its surrounds
  • See the landscape through special 4-D lenses
  • Skip the line even at peak times
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Single Entry (Booking Required)

Regular Price: Adult USD 24.69; Child USD 17.52
Address Podium Level, Centrepoint, 100 Market Street, Sydney
Collection Information
  • Please make sure you have made your pre- booking online. This includes selecting the date and timeslot of your visit. Click here to pre-book your ticket
  • Before leaving home, please check our Facebook page or website for the latest information.
  • On arrival present your booking confirmation and iVenture Pass
  • Please be ready to make any on-site payments using a ‘contactless’ bank card, rather than cash.
  • We politely request that you refrain from visiting should you start displaying any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19.
  • Phone 02 9223 1341
    Email: N/A
    Work Hours Thursday - Monday. 10am - 8pm (last entry 7pm).
    Closed Days Tuesdays & Wednesdays. Christmas Day.

    What to expect

    At 305 meters tall, the Sydney Tower Eye offers endless panoramic views of Sydney and its famous landmarks. It is ranked as one of the safest buildings in the world as the design has made the tower capable of surviving earthquakes and extreme wind. Included in admission is the new 4D Experience, an impressive film with in-theatre effects and a breathtaking fourth dimension that gives an amazing view of the city and its surrounds.

    Just put on your 4D glasses and be prepared for a thrilling experience! After the film, make your way up to the observation deck where you can enjoy views of the city. There are binoculars available as well as information about each area of interest. You’ll learn a bit about how the tower was constructed as well. It is the perfect way to get a bird’s eye view of the city and its surrounds.

    Visit the Tower on a clear day and you can see many of Sydney famous landmarks including the Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.

    Things to look out for

    Once you are at the top, you can stay at the Sydney Tower Eye as long as you like! The entire experience usually takes about 1-2 hours. Sydney Tower Eye tickets are valid for one time entry only. If you would like to return during the day/night, just hold on to your 4D glasses which allow you to return for only $10 within 7 days.

    The 4D Experience film contains flashing lights and other effects as part of the experience. If you are sensitive to any of these, please let the staff know.

    You will be required to go through a security scan and metal detector before going into the lifts and accessing the Observation Deck. Knives of any kind, luggage and bags over standard “carry on size” are not permitted. You are able to check in the items that you cannot take with you at the concierge. The Sydney Tower Eye is very accessible, family and kid friendly.

    Helpful Tips

    The Sydney Tower Eye (previously known as Centre Point Tower) is a popular attraction to visit in Sydney and can get very busy especially during the weekend and during summer holidays: December 26 – January 10. During this period you may have to wait longer than expected but you can skip the line! However, for a quieter experience, we recommend you avoid those times.

    How to get there

    Sydney Tower Eye is located in the Westfield Shopping Centre, at the corner of Pitt Street and Market Street. Head up to Level 5 and follow the signs from the food court.

    You can easily get here on foot. If you are coming by train, Town Hall. St. James or Martin Place are your best stations. All are a close walk to the Westfield. The Tower Eye is also close to numerous bus routes. There are a few Wilson’s Carparks available in the city center as well. For timetable information, you’ll want to visit Transport NSW.

    It is best to visit the Sydney Tower Eye on a clear, sunny day to get the best view! On a clear day, you would have the most visibility. If you’d like to see a spectacular sunset, then this is the place to be! Check the sunset times and ensure that you have enough time to make it up to the observation deck before it happens.


    Is Sydney Tower the tallest?

    Sydney Tower is 305m tall from the very tip and stands as Sydney's tallest structure and second tallest in the Southern Hemisphere. From street level, you will be overlooking Sydney at 250m tall.

    How many levels is Sydney Tower?

    Sydney Tower has 19 levels.

    What does iVenture Card's Sydney attraction pass cover for Sydney Tower?

    Our Sydney attraction pass package deals covers ticket entry to the Observation Deck and the 4D cinema pre-show experience.

    Address Podium Level, Centrepoint, 100 Market Street, Sydney
    Phone 02 9223 1341
    Work Hours Thursday - Monday. 10am - 8pm (last entry 7pm).
    Closed Days Tuesdays & Wednesdays. Christmas Day.