Sydney Tower Eye General Admission

From: $26.40

  • General admission open daily
  • 360 Degree views of Sydney
  • Great views of the city
  • On a clear day may see Blue Mountains
  • Spot iconic landmarks
  • Last entrance by 6 pm




If you’re planning a trip to Sydney, make sure to experience the breathtaking views from 250 meters above the city streets at the Sydney tower eye! From this vantage point, you’ll enjoy unrivaled 360-degree panoramas of Sydney and beyond. It’s the perfect spot to take in iconic landmarks and uncover hidden gems in this beautiful harbor city. And here’s a bonus: on a clear day, you can even spot the Blue Mountains, situated 80 kilometers away. Trust me, it’s a sight you won’t want to miss!

Sydney Tower Eye Departures

  • 10am – 7pm
  • Last Entry at 6pm
  • This is a general admission ticket

The Eye

The tower’s observation deck is the perfect place to snap some incredible photos and soak in the stunning views.

For the adventurous souls, the Sydney Eye Tower also offers the Skywalk experience ( extra cost), where you can step out onto a glass-floored platform and feel like you’re walking on air high above the city. It’s a thrilling way to take in the sights and get your adrenaline pumping.

Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler, the Sydney Eye Tower provides an unforgettable perspective of this vibrant city. So, don’t miss out on this top attraction – it’s an experience you’ll be talking about long after your trip ends!

Looking for more adventures in Sydney?

Take a look at the very popular sunset kayak adventure on Sydney Harbour. This touer is veey popular with international travellers coming to Australia. And if you are looking for day tours around Sydney take a look at the Blue Mountains and and for the wine lovers jump on a wine tour to the Hunter Valley.

When in Sydney, do as the locals do and take the Harbour Highway! We’ve curated the best harbor destinations into one easy ferry schedule, so you can explore the city’s stunning waterfront without any hassle. With our 1-day pass, you have the freedom to hop on and off at your leisure, discovering iconic sights and hidden gems along the way.

Important info before travel

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ON ARRIVAL : Please present this voucher to the check in staff at Sydney Tower Eye. No booking is required. OPENING HOURS: Sydney Tower Eye is open from 10:00am to 7:00pm (last entry 6:00pm). Please check the website for open times. Opening Times – Outdoor Fun – Sydney Tower Eye HOW TO GET HERE: Sydney Tower Eye is located on level 5 of Westfield Shopping Centre. The easiest entry is at 108 Market Street. Car: Sydney Tower Eye offers guests special discounted parking rates at several car parks in central Sydney, starting at just $13. Bus: Services that run along George Street, Castlereagh Street and Elizabeth Street all have stops in close proximity to Westfield Sydney, where Sydney Tower Eye is located. Train: The closest rail stations to Sydney Tower Eye are St James, Town Hall and Martin Place. More info at:

Any credit card data gathered during online purchases is used purely for the purposes of the transaction and will not be stored permanently.

Tickets purchased online for Sydney Tower Eye will appear on your bank or credit card statement as the Sydney Tower Eye which is the business name of Sydney Tower Observatory Pty Ltd.

All tickets purchased online require the Visitor to produce either the “Print at Home‟ Ticket on arrival at the attraction, or proof of purchase in order to collect tickets from the attraction admissions staff.

The “Print at Home” ticket/s and email confirmation will be emailed to the email address nominated by the Visitor at time of purchase upon successful completion of the transaction.

Foreign exchange fees may be applied to some transactions at the discretion of the guest‟s bank or card issuer. Domestic guests with queries regarding foreign exchange fees can contact the attraction using the contact details provided on the website.

Guests are admitted to the Attraction subject to the Attraction regulations which are displayed at the main entrance, a copy of which is available on request.

All persons entering the Attraction must have a valid entrance ticket which must be retained during your visit. As the tickets are non-transferable, accordingly they may not be sold or passed to any third party.

The visitor attraction known as Sydney Tower Eye and situated at Level 5, Westfield, 100 Market Street, Sydney (“the Attraction”) is owned by Merlin Entertainments Sarl (Merlin).

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Safety Measures: In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have introduced specific safety measures at each of our Attractions in an effort to safeguard the health, safety and wellbeing of persons visiting our Attractions.

Visitor Requirements: The safety measures put in place in response to the Covid-19 pandemic are there to safeguard the safety and wellbeing of all guests visiting our Attraction. It is in the interest of everyone at our Attraction to comply with the safety measures that have been put in place. Therefore, should an individual not comply with these safety measures, we reserve the right to require that individual to leave the Attraction in accordance with these terms and conditions.

Acceptance of risk: The safety measures that are being and have been introduced are intended to minimise the risk of contracting the Covid-19 virus but this risk cannot be completely eradicated. Therefore, anyone visiting our Attractions acknowledges that they do so at their own risk.

Refund Policy: Admission tickets are non-transferable, non-exchangeable, non-refundable and void if altered. They are not valid for special events that require a separate admission charge.

All ticket holders to the Attraction are subject to the following Terms and Conditions and by acquiring one or more tickets to The Attraction (“Ticket” or “Tickets”) you confirm to Merlin that you accept these terms and conditions of use. Ticket holders are referred to in these Terms and Conditions as “Visitors”

1.1 One Ticket purchased entitles one person entry to the Attraction on a single occasion. Once Visitors have left the Attraction, they will need to purchase an additional Ticket to re-enter the Attraction

1.2 For all payments made via this website, Sydney Tower Observatory Pty Ltd will be the responsible contractual party. This responsibility includes: refunds, chargebacks, cancellations and dispute resolution. In the event that a dispute is raised, we will offer the first line of support and will refund the Buyer if deemed appropriate.

1.3 All persons entering the Attraction must hold a valid Ticket that must be retained at all times and submitted for inspection if required by any member of staff. Failure to produce a valid Ticket on request may result in removal from the Attraction

1.4 Group Tickets for parties of 10 or more may be available at discounted rates (“Group Tickets”). Please see the Groups section of the Attraction website for details

1.5 Where Ticket prices vary according to age, the following provisions apply:

1.5.1 A person of 16 years or older is classed as an adult;

1.5.2 A person aged 2 to 15 years is classed as a child (with the exception of the SKYWALK attraction, in which case a child is classed as 10 years or over. Under 10s are not permitted on the SKYWALK at any time); and

1.5.3 For children aged 1 years and under, no admission fee will be charged