The Sydney Tower is an iconic landmark. Construction started in the late 1960s and was completed in 1981, and today it is a favorite destination of locals and tourists alike.
Whether you plan to visit the Sydney Tower Restaurant for the famous Sydney Tower buffet, or are looking forward to a visit up to the Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck, or dare to step out onto the skywalk, the Sydney Tower offers a unique perspective found nowhere else.
Sydney Tower Restaurant
The Sydney Tower Restaurant is the highest rotating restaurant in the Southern Hemisphere. It is housed at the top of the tower, and looks out over Sydney Harbour and beyond to the Blue Mountains.
Due to the spherical, rotating design, there are no “bad seats.” Every diner has a bird’s-eye panoramic view of Sydney along with a delicious meal. A full revolution takes just over an hour, so chances are good that you’ll get to take in the big picture while you’re there.
Sydney Tower Buffet: The all-you-can-eat buffet is served for lunch and dinner. It features delectable international dishes, fresh seafood, as well as Australian native meats, and more. It’s an ideal choice for large groups, families looking for casual dining, or couples who want to take in the view.
Sydney Tower Skywalk
Thrill seekers can also take advantage of the Sydney Tower Skywalk. It’s built for those who dare to walk 268 meters above Sydney. The 45-minute guided tour offers a breathtaking experience as you look down at the city streets through the glass floor of the viewing platform.
If you plan to include this in your visit to the Sydney Tower, buy your Skywalk tickets online at a discounted rate. However, before you book, note that participants have to be 8 years old or older and plan accordingly.