Stunning views and a great place to visit in Melbourne
We visited the Eureka Skydeck as part of a tour from a visiting cruise-ship. This was just before Conid-19 restrictions were placed on many places and activities. Although the Skydeck was very crowded...
We visited with our two young kids. We had a great time. Saw the sun set and the city light up. Highly recommended going for sunset on a clear night. Was amazing. We did the edge, wouldn't recommended...
The 88-story observation deck of Eureka overlooks the city of Melbourne, and in the evening it is not far from the sunset in the sky.
Eureka is still the tallest residential tower in the world, which is amazing. This building is almost all residential. Friends who want to watch the sunrise here please give up your naive thoughts. The Australian people can not have the hard work of my Greater China. In the morning, they do not open the door
location in the core area of the city. The city square is only about 15 minutes walk. There are light meals and various drinks for sale on the sightseeing floor. There is also a terrible experience. People put them in a glass room and hang out to see the most beautiful city views
Good location, irreplaceable travel experience, if you have time in Melbourne, you may wish to experience it.
For the best view of the Melbourne city go to Eureka Skydeck88. In just 40 seconds, you can take the 88-story elevator, which is the fastest elevator in southern hemisphere. The Eureka rooftop is also the only viewing platform in the world that has the experience of accelerating the "cliffbox" of the heartbeat. After entering the glass box, it is 3 meters outside the building at a height of 285 meters. This is a very exciting experience. You can also take amazing photographs. The guide will help you to and lead you in every way to enjoy this exciting moment! It is recommended to come in the evening, the day and night has completely different vibe, so you can enjoy the starry night and city light's view from up here!
At Eureka 88, we stayed up from night till dusk. If you shuttle in the city and to see the old Melbourne style, then you can see the 297-meter-high Eureka 88-story viewing platform, which is the eccentricity of the modern city. After security inspection, the high-speed elevator of 9 meters per second will soon be able to send tourists to the viewing level on the 88th floor. The area here is not too big. The 360-degree direction is a transparent glass windows, the night-view is invincible, but the reflection is serious so, it gets a bit boring. The solution is to enter an open-air balcony enclosed by wire mesh, but only if you are able to withstand the frenzied "fairy winds" of Melbourne at night. There is also a less stimulating edge experience at the viewing level, for which there is a separate charge. The visitor puts on the shoe covers and enters a closed transparent glass house, and then the glass house slowly moves to let him explore the building and hangs at an altitude of nearly 300 meters.
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.