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  • Eureka Skydeck 88

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    Ranked #2 Can't Miss Attractions in Melbourne
    Open Closed on Mon-Tue;Open on Fri-Sat,12:00pm-10:00pm;Open on Wed-Thu, Sun,12:00pm-9:00pm
    Recommended sightseeing time:1-3 hours
    Address:
    7 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006Map

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    The Eureka Building, the world's tallest residential building, has its 88-story circular floor-to-ceiling glass viewing platform overlooking the city of Melbourne, and can be viewed one by one through telescopes. The bolder tourists can also enter the full transparent cliff box to experience the feeling of hanging feet, looking at the streets and buildings underfoot, sighing the smallness of life. Worth a good place to visit.

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    Eureka Skydeck 88, located on the 88th floor, is 285 meters above the ground. With a direct elevator, you can overlook the entire city of Melbourne, 360 degrees, in a few seconds. There is a viewfinder for accurate observation of important landmarks throughout Melbourne. There is a small outdoor area called The Terrace that is closed during strong winds. There is also a glass cube called The Edge that extends out of the edge of the building. If you are looking for excitement, you can challenge the Serendipity mobile glass cube. You can slowly launch out of the building along with the cube, hanging in the air, which is extremely exciting.
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