The tallest freestanding structure in Sydney - measuring just over 1,000 feet (305 meters) tall - the Sydney Tower boasts Australia’s loftiest observation tower for terrific views. You can see all across Sydney from atop the Sydney Tower, all the way to the Heads washed by the ocean, to the Blue Mountains on the far horizon.
You can also see the tower from far away, as it’s one of the most visible of Sydney’s landmarks viewed from afar. Sometimes known by its former names of Centrepoint or AMP tower, the Sydney Tower was built in the 1970s.
Areas open to the public include the observation deck, providing 360 degree views from its panoramic windows 820 ft (250 m) above the ground. Dinner or lunch at the buffet or a la carte restaurant is a stunning experience, and the Skywalk open-air tour will literally take your breath away.
Nice food, beautiful Sydney tower.
The meal at the Sydney Tower was first class, it is a must for all visitors to Sydney thanks Viator for making it happen
My friend and I had an absolutely fantastic time at the sydney tower. The Sky Walk tour is a must if you visit sydney, our guide was very informative and friendly, I would recommend this tour as it also cured me of my FEAR of hights by jumping on the glass floor, real scary!!!
The Sydney Tower is in the heart of Sydney’s shopping district. St James is the closest train station, just a short walk along Market St.
Circular Quay is a 5-minute stroll. Enter the Centrepoint shopping arcade on Market St, ride the escalator to the podium level, then catch the 40-second elevator to the observation level.