Sydney Tower

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General Information

Sydney Tower, also known as ‘Centerpoint’ and ‘AMP tower’ is an observation deck and tower in the city of Sydney, Australia. The build of the tower started in 1970 and was completed in 1981, it stands at 309 metres high and is the tallest building in Sydney and the second tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere. The tower holds three dining areas and the top floor is an observation deck that provides 360 views of the city.

Getting there

The tower is visible across the city and is situated in its centre. By bus, get on services that head for ‘George Street’. By rail, head for either the ‘St James’ or ‘Town Hall stations.

Opening Times and Admission

The tower is open from 9am-10pm with last entry set at 9 pm. Tickets to the observation deck cost 28$ with discounted prices available if you book online. The various restaurants in the tower also take online reservations.

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Posted: 9 Sep 2019, 12:11

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Best place for a view

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The best place in Sydney for a birds eye view. Attended as the sun was going down and the red sky that stretched over the city added to the occasion.

Posted: 22 Oct 2018, 01:19

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The observation deck offers stunning views of the city. You can walk around the observation deck so you get a 360 view.

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