Go to the Westfield escalator and go up to the 5th floor to go to the ticket counter and buy tickets online. You can enter the venue directly. There is no need to queue up and many tourists to buy tickets. After entering the venue, watch a 4D video about Sydney for about 5 minutes and then pass the security check. Take the elevator to the top of the Sydney Tower and enjoy the scenery of Sydney. The entire CBD, Circular Quay and Darling Harbour are unobstructed. This is the first time you come to Sydney to experience sightseeing.
An additional $20 is required by the window. Mandatory. We did not give the window position if the space was empty. Life and death must say that the location has been booked. Very funny as long as you add money. I have been there many times. The food is too average. It is estimated that a bite at any place for $20 is better than this. It's too pit to see the scenery. Not recommended for eating. toooooooo boring
Sydney tower was established in 1981, is the highest prospect in the southern hemisphere, and the Sydney opera house, Sydney harbour bridge and the three landmark of Sydney. Visit the central point here also is pretty good, because of the high-speed elevator only spent 40 seconds journey itself is an unforgettable experience.
Compared with various observation desks in Australia and around the world, this one is only average and rather expensive.
Sydney Tower (Sydney Tower or AMP Tower) is the tallest building in the Sydney CBD, with a height of 305 meters. Located on Market Street between Hyde Park and Queen Victoria Building in Sydney’s CBD, Australia, it is the best viewing spot for a panoramic view of the Sydney city. The Sydney Tower was built in 1968 and opened to the public in August 1981. The Sydney Tower, Sydney Opera House and Sydney City Hall are also known as the three major landmarks of Sydney.