1. Walt N

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    Although it’s not straight forward to find the entrance (hiding inside the top floor of a shopping centre), this entrance of the area looks nice with full of educational fact about the building of Sydney Centrepoint tower. The staff are readily available and seem to be well trained to respond to any queries tourists may have. The best part – the Tower Eye 4D experienceThe worse part – the queue to get up/down the elevators Make sure you go at quieter time and book your tickets online. It’s not so fun waiting in queues among sea of tour groups and school excursions for an hour then only get to view 5 mins of cityscape of Sydney. Not so cheap to go up too.

  2. jimmy Baxter

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    Once you make your way up the tower its a beautiful view and after booking the Skywalk tour it was quite breathtaking on a clear day. The tour guides were full of beans and enthusiatics and made the experience all the more enjoyable. The only downside (a big one) is there customer service is appalling. I emailed 3 days prior to my tour as I was getting engaged on that day to ask a question. No answer at all. We also purchased the full photo pack for $49.95 and when we went to look at the photos on the disc provided when we got home it had the wrong photos on the disc. I then spoke to someone at the tower and never got a call back so I emailed them. Never got a reply back from the email and then had to call again and stress how photos are memories and that it would be nice to get what you pay for. I was told I would be emailed the photos but once again never received them a week later. Had to phone again and the response I got was the booking was probably lost. O dear talk about a complete disaster. Hopefully one day I receive my photos and can look back with my wife and enjoy the wonderful view and memories of our engagement. . . .

  3. Silke Elzner

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    If you don’t have time and want to make the most out of your stay in Sydney then the Sydney Tower Eye is a great choice. From up here you have fantastic views from the Blue Mountains to the Pacific, on clear days that is, but Sydney is blessed with many clear days. There are great motifs for photographers, and you can spend as much time as you like up there. Make sure you also look straight down and discover the geometrical patterns of Hyde Park and the grid of the clogged Sydney roads. In my view, the Sydney Tower Eye is one of the top attractions in Sydney for day tourists or short-term visitors.

  4. Tanja Pitt

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    Amazing view worth a visit ,went for a birthday at night the buffet was good lots of variety but quite expensive i guess you pay for the location still very classy !!!

  5. Emily Beech

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    this is amazing for a great view of Sydney and at a good price if you cannot afford to climb the bridge! It is beautiful at both night and day and is a great experience for those only spending a short time in Sydney. The music is the background adds to a lovely atmosphere.