Eureka Skydeck – Melbourne

Are you thinking of visit Melbourne in the future and not sure where is the best tourist attractions should be? I would share about Eureka Skydeck which is the best and pretty fun attraction.

I have been to Eureka Skydeck for couple of time and it was super amazing and it was surprising me during my time of visit.

Eureka Skydeck is a tower where to get a view of this beautiful city of Melbourne through the highest level which is level 88. All of us called them Eureka Skydeck 88, it is because the highest level is 88. Eureka Skydeck Tower is a 297.3 m skyscraper and it is located in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is in the CBD. This construction began in August 2002 and the exterior was completed on the 1 June 2006. The plaza was finished in June 2006 and the building was officially opened on 11 October 2006.

In my opinion, this is best for young people to experience it as this is pretty high level but elder people are pretty much going for the beautiful view and having a cuppo at the cafe up there. In addition, of course going for a view would be the best during the night time. Sometimes they do have a very wonderful event going on up there so make sure you have a check on their website beforehand.

Their opening hour is from 12pm to 8.30pm on every Wednesday until Sunday. Last entry accepted would be at 8pm.

What to do and what to see?

The Edge Experiences

Regarding to the picture shown above, this experience called the edge experience where you will experience of you are on the highest level which is pretty scary but it is very fun. You will enjoy like i do. I was there around year 2015. It was awhile ago but now they probably have a little changes the level of experience where is getting more fun and improvement.

There is no experience like it in any other building in the world and the perfect indoor activity for both kids and adults alike!

Home to a world first, The Edge extends from Eureka Tower’s 88th floor and suspends you nearly 300 meters over Melbourne in a glass cube – glass walls, ceiling and floor – you can see through it all!

A great place to face your fear of heights or drop to one knee and purpose, the Edge at Eureka Skydeck shows you Melbourne from a different perspective.

A great place to face your fear of heights or drop to one knee and purpose, the Edge at Eureka Skydeck shows you Melbourne from a different perspective.

This experience would be cost $12 per adult and $10 for concession. If you are going with your family, it would be cost $29 for 2 adult and 2 children or $20 for 1 adult and 2 children. Extra ticket for kid would be $6 per child.

This Skydeck experience is show you about 285 metres above ground, 38 seconds to get there and the fastest elevator trip in the Southern Hemisphere. This is Melbourne sightseeing at its finest.

This experience shoot to the dizzying heights of Eureka Skydeck and enjoy the most spectacular floor-to-ceiling, 360-degree views in Australia (the highest in the Southern Hemisphere).

See Melbourne’s finest views from almost 300 metres in the sky – Albert Park Lake, Port Phillip Bay, the Dandenong Ranges and beyond. There are 30 viewfinders around the Skydeck, take a look at some of Melbourne’s favourite attractions and landmarks, such as the MCG, Federation square and Flinders Street Station.

I also home to a world first, The Edge – this glass cube that projects from the 88th floor of the Eureka Tower and suspends visitors almost 300 meters high above Melbourne.

Plan the rest of your trip while you’re here, with free WIFI, a small kiosk with sandwiches and hot drinks and casual seating options, making it one of the best attractions if you are looking for things to do in Melbourne.

Eureka Skydeck shows you Melbourne like you have never seen it – breathtaking by day, stunningly lit by night activities; a tourist’s dream, a family favourite, and for couples, one of the most unforgettable Melbourne date ideas.

Ultimately, this is really good experience. If you have any concern or question or need any advice, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Stay tune on my next blog 🙂

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