1 to 2 hours (approx)
10am - 8pm. Last admission: 1 hour before closing.
Timings are subject to change. Please check the official website before visiting.
Same as the start point
From the Sydney Tower Eye observation deck, 250 metres above street level, you will enjoy stupendous 360-degree panoramas.
Admire the magnificent Sydney skyline and pick out key landmarks. Look down on the Opera House and iconic Harbour Bridge. Watch ferries ply to and fro and sailing yachts tack across the world’s most beautiful harbour. Turn to the east and see the forested ridges of the Blue Mountains.
Sydney Eye is spectacular any time of day or year. Go on autumn evenings for the best sunsets. Visit in winter for clear skies or in spring to see purple jacarandas swathing the suburbs. Escape the heat of summer as you gaze down on sweltering streets from the comfort of an air-conditioned deck.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
The tickets are non-transferable. Please keep your ticket with you while visiting.
Guests over the age of 12 to wear a mask.
Please join the line at the ticket window and show your smartphone ticket.
Tickets include entry to most, but not all, areas of the attraction. Subject to availability and at Merlin's discretion, visitors may be able to purchase additional tickets to obtain access to all areas of the attraction.
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