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Eureka Skydeck 88, Melbourne

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Sitting at 285 m (935 ft) above the streets of Melbourne, Eureka Skydeck 88 is the highest public vantage point in a building in the Southern Hemisphere. Its name comes from its home on the 88th floor of the Eureka Tower, which itself is the 12th highest residential building in the world. For a thrill, walk out on The Edge, a glass enclosure that hangs 3 m (10 ft) off the side of the building. Our Melbourne travel itinerary maker makes visiting Eureka Skydeck 88 and other Melbourne attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I stopped by around 6:30pm on a Thursday evening. I knew I wanted to see the sunset and be able to also see the scenery in daylight as well as night time. It was incredible. Price may seem steep to so...  more »
  • Interesting views. We didn't do the glass walk. It was near our hotel so it was easy to do. Kind of pricey.  more »
  • Attended a function at the sky deck in Eureka 89 and the views were fantastic. I would recommend visiting just before sunset and staying on to see the city lights at night.  more »
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  • Great experience to see the city below! Take the lift in less than 40 seconds to the 88th floor and then look down! Make sure to experience The Edge, which is terrifying, but in a good way. Photos are available to purchase. You can get here by tram, probably the nearest tram stop is Arts Centre. Would love to come back for The Walk and night time experience!
  • So we have been to many towers including eiffel tower and CNN tower in canada and sydney tower eye. This one is not that great for these reasons. There is too many light in the inside of the building between ticker on the floor and the lights from photo booth and confession stand it was possible to take a photo without a shadow. The ticker on the floor were the worst part. My husband is a photographer and he wasn't able to get proper angles without a professional camera. I gave it 2 stars because the views are great so take mental pictures. We went around 7pm and stayed past 8pm.
  • Incredible view up there. Price of admission is quite high but it's definitely worth going to at least once. I would recommend paying the extra for The Edge experience, unless you are afraid of heights. Or comfortable with heights. It's pretty terrifying, but in a good, memorable and fun way.
  • Beautiful place to visit and see Melbourne from a different angle! Great photos and videos were taken! It's awesome for a day out, but the only thing is it's pricey and what's you've been once, there's not much point going again. And parking might bite you... None the less an awesome place in Melbourne to visit! Would definitely recommend it to all tourist and those wanting to take photos!
  • It's always the same with these skydecks. On the ground, they seem too expensive and not worth the hassle, but after some hesitation we end up going because we feel like we should. We wait in line for the elevator, follow the crowd out at the top, and find ourselves surrounded by city views. It's enthralling to stand at the window and be so high up, and to get a different perspective on the city. Is it worth it? Yes, it always is.