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. Plan your visit to Eureka Skydeck 88 and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Melbourne trip planning app .
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  • We’re so glad that we made the challenge to the skydeck 88 EDGE. The city view from it was amazing. If you come to Melbourne, you must give it a try.  more »
  • We booked the tickets online but didnt double check the weather forecast for the selected day. Vantage point views were great but because it had been a rainy day, most of our view, if not all, were mo...  more »
  • Decided to this to see what it was like. Very impressive. Slightly confusing staff at the entrance. Views were amazing. Survived "The Edge experience" which was another $12 (on top of $20 entrance fee...  more »
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  • A great place from where to soak in the sights of Melbourne city. A place where I often take my friends; particularly those coming to Melbourne for the first time. My only issue with the place is the crowds which can sometimes get really overflowing. Also, I don't quite like the tint on the glass.
  • we had a nice sunset view from here.. it was beautiful.. you can sit quietly on the floor near the glass walls and gaze into the distance and loose track of time having such a beautiful view on all sides..
  • Compared to other similar experiences in other cities, this one wasn't worth the money. We went up to catch the sunset and it was fairly crowded, which we expected, but the space by the windows was really tight and too many people hogging window space because they put little stools and benches by the window that invite everyone to sit down and not move. Most of their windows are blue tinted which ruins a lot of the view (and any photos you may want to take). For whatever reason they also have uneven floors in some parts which serve no purpose other than to make tourists trip into each other. Don't get me wrong, you still get great views of Melbourne, the ocean and the mountains, but the overall experience was lacking. If you've done similar experiences in other big cities, skip this one.
  • Small but good fun. We did the EDGE with the kids - quite scary & exciting. Great views of Melbourne
  • Nice and clean and a very friendly reception and friendly staff all over. Observation deck on 88th floor is breathtaking! Lifts are no slow coaches either. Awesome views all around. Tallest residential building in the southern hemisphere measured to rooftop and not the spire.

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