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Melbourne Skydeck Entry Ticket (Previously Eureka Skydeck)

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  • Head out to Melbourne Skydeck, the world’s tallest residential skyscraper for an unbeaten experience.
  • Ascend to its observation deck on a super-fast elevator until you’re 300 meters above ground level.
  • Don’t forget to carry along your cameras as you soak up the stunning views of Melbourne from the top.
  • Explore the ticket options that offer different Skydeck experiences - Edge, Plank, and Voyager Theatre - each more exciting than the previous.
  • Walk on the Edge, a glass cube that projects from the Skydeck, 88 floors above the city.
  • Feel like you are balancing on a thin plank at staggering heights above Melbourne through the VR Plank experience.
  • Experience Voyager Theatre, the largest immersive experience of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. See, feel, hear, and smell your way through Melbourne in virtual reality "pod chairs".

This ticket has the following options that you can choose from:

  • Entry
  • Skydeck Adventurer (Entry + Edge + Plank)
  • Thrill Seeker (Entry + Voyager Theatre + Edge)
  • Ultimate Skydeck (Entry + Voyager Theatre + Edge + Plank)

Operating Hours

  • Wed, Thu, Sun: 12pm - 9pm (last admission at 8:30pm)
  • Fri & Sat: 12pm - 10pm (last admission at 9:30pm)
  • Closed: Mon & Tue
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 48 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Melbourne is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Oceania and is known for its renowned landmarks such as the Royal Exhibition Building, the National Gallery of Victoria, and the Melbourne Cricket Ground. It is also considered a center for theatre, live music, and street art, and was recently recognized as a UNESCO City of Literature. Melbourne Skydeck is an observation tower located on the 975-feet Eureka Tower in Melbourne. Skydeck is located on the 88th floor of the tower, at a height of 935 feet from the ground. The observation deck offers 360-degree views of the city and is a great way to discover the city from a new perspective. 

Melbourne Skydeck: COVID-19 Safety Measures 

Following closures due to COVID-19, Melbourne Skydeck has reopened with several precautionary measures in place.

  • Guests are required to wear a face mask covering their mouth and nose at all times.
  • The common touchpoints and frequently visited areas of the attraction are being cleaned and sanitized more strictly and more frequently. 
  • More than 4 guests are not allowed on the elevators at the same time. 
  • All the Skydeck team members have undergone COVID-19 specific training programs.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are present at multiple locations throughout Melbourne Skydeck. 
  • Capacity has been reduced to 50% to enforce social distancing.
  • Protective shields have been placed at the various point-of-service locations.
  • The air conditioning and ventilation system recycle the air every 10 or 15 minutes. 
  • A QR Code signing-in system is in place to avoid any physical contact.

Why Visit Melbourne Skydeck?

Catch 360-degree panoramic views of Melbourne from the Skydeck on Eureka Tower’s 88th floor. The giant glass windows allow you to have unobstructed views of the beautiful city. Discover Melbourne’s top landmarks from a new vantage point with the help of the 30 high-definition binoculars and viewfinders. You can catch sight of Port Phillip Bay, the Melbourne Cricket Grounds, Federation Square, Alberta Park Lake, and more! The ride up to the 88th floor takes just 38 seconds and is the fastest elevator in the whole of the Southern Hemisphere. For an additional fee, you can also walk onto The Edge, a glass enclosure that projects out from the 88th floor. If you take this experience in the evenings, you can also catch a memorable sunset and watch the city unfold below. 

Your Melbourne Skydeck Ticket Explained

Zoom up all the way up to the 88th floor of Melbourne’s magnificent Eureka Tower in all of 88 seconds thanks to the high-speed elevator. You will receive a visitor guidebook brochure (available in 9 languages) to better orient yourself. Then, from a height of 300 meters, spot Albert Park Lake, the Dandenong Ranges, Port Phillip Bay, the MCG, Federation Square, and much more. There are about 30 viewfinders installed on the Skydeck to assist you in spotting these great landmarks in Melbourne. Another highlight of your experience will be walking to the glass cube that projects from the Skydeck, The Edge. This is one of the Eureka Tower’s top attractions. It is suspended at a dizzying height of 300 meters above ground level is both exciting and somewhat terrifying. It is also the best place to witness the marvelous sunset.

Best Way to Buy Melbourne Skydeck Tickets

The best way to purchase Melbourne Skydeck Tickets is online. This allows you to choose a specific time and plan your visit in advance. Purchasing your tickets online will help you avoid the long ticketing queues and waiting times as well.

Discounted Melbourne Skydeck Tickets

Children aged 3 and under can enter the attraction for free. Children between ages 4 and 16 can avail discounted tickets. Please bring a valid ID for verification. 

What to Do Around Melbourne Skydeck?

Plan Your Visit to Melbourne Skydeck

Here's all you need to know before heading out to Melbourne Skydeck.

Timings
Getting There
Best Time to Visit
Dining
Nearby Accommodation
Must-See Attractions
Visitor Tips
Wednesday and Thursday

4:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Last admission at 8:30 PM.

Friday

4:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Last admission is at 9:30 PM.

Saturday and Sunday

12:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Last admission at 9:30 PM.

By Car

The attraction is located at Riverside Quay, Southbank Melbourne 3006. Paid parking is available at the destination at Wilson Eureka Parking

By Bus

Get off at Queens Bridge East on buses 234, 236, or 605. Melbourne Skydeck is a 10-minute walk from here. 

By Tram

Get off at Queens Bridge East using tram 58. The attraction is a 10-minute walk from here. 

By Train

Get off at Flinders Street Train Station. A number of lines pass through here. You must cross the Yarra River on the bridge. It is a 5-minute walk to the attraction. 

The best time to visit the attraction would be in the evenings to catch a breathtaking sunset. However, please note that crowds are much higher at these times. If you would like to avoid crowds, you can plan your trip earlier in the day, when the attraction opens.

Asado

If you're a Latin food lover, Asado is the ideal palace for you. One of the top rated steakhouses in Melbourne, their offerings are a must-try.

Melba Restaurant

If you fancy some Italian cuisine and seafood and unmatched service, Melba Restaurant is an excellent choice. 

Eureka 89

Located one floor above Skydeck, Eureka 89 offers a range of international cuisines and local delicacies.

Ponyfish Island

For a unique meal aboard a boat, Ponyfish island is a great choice. You can enjoy some quick bites and drinks here. 

Budget-Friendly

Melbourne Hotel CBD, Punthill Apartment Hotels, The Great Southern Hotel

Mid-Range

Oaks Melbourne Southbank, Travelodge Hotel Melbourne, DoubleTree by Hilton Melbourne

Luxury

Crown Tower Melbourne, Grand Hyatt Melbourne, NOTEL

There are several Melbourne landmarks located quite close to Melbourne Skydeck. Some must-see attractions are.

  • St Paul’s Cathedral
  • SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium
  • Degraves Street
  • Arts Center Melbourne
  • Shrine of Remembrance
  • Federation Square

Here are some handy tips to keep in mind when visiting Melbourne Skydeck.

  • Be sure to collect the visitor brochure as you arrive at Melbourne Skydeck. It is available in 9 different languages and will help you get a better idea of Melbourne and its landmarks. 
  • Make sure to bring your camera along to capture some memorable shots of Melbourne. 

Melbourne Skydeck: FAQs

Is Melbourne Skydeck closed on any day of the week?

Yes, Melbourne Skydeck is closed on Monday and Tuesday. 

Can Melbourne Skydeck be accessed by wheelchair?

Yes, Melbourne Skydeck can be accessed by wheelchair. The lifts are designed to accommodate wheelchairs and strollers.

Can wheelchairs or strollers be rented at Melbourne Skydeck Melbourne?

No, there is no facility to rent wheelchairs or strollers at the attraction. 

Can Melbourne Skydeck tickets be purchased online?

Yes, Melbourne Skydeck tickets can be purchased online in advance. You can avoid waiting times and long queues by purchasing online tickets. 

Are discounted tickets available at Melbourne Skydeck?

Yes, children between 4 and 16 can avail discounted tickets. Children aged 3 and under go free. Please bring a valid ID card to avail the discount. 

On which floor is Melbourne Skydeck located?

Melbourne Skydeck is located on the 88th floor of Eureka Tower. 

Are COVID-19 restrictions in place at Melbourne Skydeck?

Yes, for the safety of guests, several restrictions and measures are in place. 

What is the best way to travel to Melbourne Skydeck?

The easiest way to travel to Melbourne Skydeck is by taxi or car.

Is parking available at Melbourne Skydeck?

Yes, paid parking is available at Wilson Eureka Parking close to the attraction.

Are there any restaurants located within Melbourne Skydeck?

No, there are no cafes or restaurants on Skydeck. However, there is a restaurant located one floor above, named Eureka 89. There are several restaurants also present within walking distance from Skydeck.