Amazing view of all the Melbourne. If in the sky not clouds you can see all the attractions of this amazing city on 360 degrees view.
Eureka Skydeck 88 is our first stop to Melbourne. In the morning, we set out from Adelaide via Ocean Road and arrived in Melbourne at night. We went straight to the viewing platform to enjoy the night scene of Melbourne in all directions. This viewing platform is located on the southern coast of Melbourne, 88 floors of Eureka Tower, the tallest building in the southern hemisphere. Buy a good ticket online in advance, the price of this viewing platform is very conscientious relative to the price of Australia, choose to buy Edge is a room full of transparency, glass at the foot, will launch the building. Change the ticket downstairs, the elevator will soon go upstairs, Melbourne's night view is really beautiful, magnificent scenery, the whole Melbourne has a panoramic view. Edge has more people and sent out a vibrator similar to the one used for eating. As soon as it shocks, it arrives. At first, it is dark all around the room. Suddenly, the whole room is pushed out of the building along the track. Suddenly, the whole room becomes transparent everywhere. Some people who are afraid of heights are scared half to death, and many people are not afraid of heights, so they must think well before going. This viewing platform has a place to go outdoors, which is very good, you can enjoy the beautiful Melbourne in the breeze of the southern hemisphere. The only drawback is that there are more people in the viewing platform.
Melbourne panoramic view unfolds to you in a beautiful picture scroll. The beautiful scenery of Federal Square, St. Paul's Cathedral, city scenery and so on, overlooking the distance, the broad sea with blue sky and white clouds, makes me sigh: My trip is worth it! There are telescopes in every aspect of the station for tourists to enjoy the future free of charge, and the cost-effective rate is very high. A ticket of 20 Australian dollars is only a bowl of noodles in Australian cities, but there is no time limit on the platform. It is really worth it!
The Eureka Tower in Melbourne has the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere, and two special elevators can deliver visitors to the 88 floors of the building in less than 40 seconds, where the whole Melbourne city can be overlooked 360 degrees without a dead angle. If there are many people on the spot, they have to queue up, 20 Australian dollars per person, which is not expensive, and there is no time limit after going up. It's better to go up before sunset, enjoy the sunset, and then look at the city night scenery to relax.
From downtown to south across the Yala River, you can see the tallest Ulika Building. The building is mainly for residential use. The 88-storey observation deck opens up. You can enjoy the view of Melbourne 360 degrees. The most interesting thing is that the fully transparent glass viewing cabin, people advance into the glass house, and then move outside the building. At the foot is transparent glass, stir-fried chicken stimulation! The window is also equipped with indicator mirrors. Landmark buildings can be seen. Postcards can be sold in small shops. Postcards can be sent in the highest mailbox. All the introductions have Chinese versions.
It's not far from Flinders Street Station. Just walk across the bridge and you can see it together. It's just in the evening. It's suitable for climbing. If you are determined to come, you must buy tickets online in advance. It's much cheaper than the spot price. I took a price list. Somehow, I want to climb high in the new city and have a look at the night scenery of the whole city. However, the appearance of this tall building is really not good-looking. But the surprise is that it has an interesting experience, that is, edge challenge ~Well, I fear heights, horizontal and horizontal, after all, foreign countries, to leave a deep impression here! Edge challenges are paid extra, and those who don't want to experience them can only pay for the night view. If you play on the edge, you will receive a vibrating bell. When it's our turn, the bell will vibrate. Changing shoes, checking bags, entering boxes, moving boxes to the outside, the glass under the feet becomes transparent, as if in the air! There were some effects of lightning and thunder, which frightened me a little soft legs and grabbed the handrails on the side. You can take pictures before you come out, but the pictures are for a fee. Getting the Edge Challenge Memorial Bracelet, I think I'll remember this experience at Cat Ben's altitude [Smile]
The Eureka Tower is the tallest building in Melbourne. Its 88 floors are a sightseeing platform. Here you can have a clear view of Melbourne, see the Yala River crossing the city, see the bustling night scenery of Melbourne, and see the beautiful sunshine in the morning and evening. It's really worth visiting.
Melbourne is sure to want to go to the 88-storey high-rise building in Dunyulika to see the whole city. If you have time, you can choose the evening building to see the beautiful night scene. The Ulika Building is located opposite the Flinders Railway Station. There is a push-out camera cabinet on the 88th floor. Visitors can appreciate the beauty in all directions. The degree of fear is general. [Smile] Look at a big sports venue from afar. The Australian Open just ended recently is here. You may take a look to recognize it. 110 yuan for an online joint ticket
I ordered it in advance on the internet, but unfortunately it rained that day, so I couldn't see the blue sky, white clouds and more beautiful scenery. It was planned to come at 4 p.m. and see the sunset after the city view. The hanging experience requires extra tickets. It will give you a buzzer, and it will ring as soon as you arrive. I waited about 40 minutes. In the experience platform, you need to temporarily save your personal bag, because the first time you go, you don't understand it, even your mobile phone has been saved, so you can't take self-portraits in it, or let others take pictures. Only automatic cameras can take pictures, and extra money is spent to buy pictures. Group of 10 people, about 10-15 minutes for each group
Eureka Tower, with the highest viewing platform in the southern hemisphere, has an 88-storey ring-shaped ground-glass viewing platform overlooking Melbourne and a telescope to view its landmark buildings. We bought tickets online in advance, and when the staff saw that we were Chinese, "Chinese New Year" they sent each of us a red envelope, in which there were random prizes, postcards and gold coins, and we all drew them.