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Eureka Skydeck 88 Admission Ticket

  • Admission to the Eureka Skydeck 88 in Melbourne
  • Stand on the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere
  • Enjoy 360-degree views of Melbourne's CBD, Port Phillip Bay and the Dandenong Ranges
Eureka Skydeck 88 Admission Ticket
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Soak up a spectacular aerial view of Melbourne with a visit to Eureka Skydeck 88 — the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere. Admire the watery expanse of Port Phillip Bay and the rolling Dandenong Ranges in the distance. Even the other skyscrapers of Melbourne’s business district will seem miniature from this incredible vantage point. Thrill-seekers can upgrade to experience ‘The Edge’— a moving, glass-bottomed cube that lets you hover over the city streets 88 floors below.
What to Expect
To access the Eureka Skydeck 88, hang on as the fastest elevator trip in the Southern Hemisphere whisks you up 88 floors in less than 40 seconds. Once you enter the Skydeck, take in breathtaking, 360-degree views of Melbourne through floor-to-ceiling windows. Spot your favorite Melbourne attractions through one of many free viewfinders. 
Step outside onto the open-air terrace, where you can feel the rush of wind and make use of high-powered binoculars. From a height of nearly 975 feet (300 meters), you can see the blue expanse of Port Phillip Bay and, on a clear day, as far as the Dandenong Ranges.
For the ultimate Eureka Skydeck experience, upgrade your ticket to include ‘The Edge.’ Step inside a secure glass cube that slowly projects 10 feet (3 meters) straight out from the side of the building, and feel the thrilling sensation of being suspended in the air.
Reviews (84)
1 - 5 of 9 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I recommend visiting the Skydeck just before sunset because you get the advantage of seeing the city during the day and also see the view transform into a sea of lights after the sun goes down. There is not time limit to how long one...More

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank marialovestofly
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Superb value for money

I really enjoyed this. The building is easy to find, purely by its sheer size. You can get a ticket if you want no human contact by machine outside. I bought one from the kiosk. Warm friendly place. Lift to the top was super fast.virws...More

2  Thank newyork64
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Very recommended to me

It was a lot of expectation before I went up, but it is the same good to og just up without going to Eureka - the Windows have not so Clear visible glass and you can see but not so clearly. It is ok, but...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Malgorzata S
Reviewed 21 December 2018
The way to see the city.

The Eureks Skydeck is the highest building in the southern hemisphere. If you hate heights don't go but it is an amazing way to see the whole city and realise how huge it is. It is worth combining it with the excellent Seaworld and a...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank 405peter
Reviewed 29 October 2018
Amazing Views

Couldn't fault the views; they were breathtaking on a clear sunny day. However, was disappointed with The Edge; if it's thrills you're after, this felt pretty tame and I wouldn't recommend the extra $12 for the experience.

Date of experience: October 2018
6  Thank Karen B
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