Located on the Riverside Quay in Melbourne, the Eureka Skydeck offers a vantage point like no other in the city. From the top, you can gaze out across the stunning cityscape and spot famous landmarks as you go.
Standing at an eye-watering 297 metres above Melbourne, the Skydeck is considered one of the best things to do in Melbourne – especially if you want to discover the city from a different perspective. In fact, the tower is the highest public observation deck in the whole of the Southern Hemisphere, offering views like no other across the city.
Whilst up on the deck, you can look out over the urban sprawl of Melbourne, pick out the different neighbourhoods, and explore the major attractions from an entirely new vantage point. At night, you can watch as the city comes to life beneath you. Keep your eyes peeled for the MCG and sporting precinct, Albert Park Lake, and Port Phillip Bay, as well as the impressive Dandenong Ranges that sprawl out in the distance.
The Edge Experience
If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, you can opt to take the Edge Experience, which is essentially a glass cube that juts out from the side of the building with you inside. The glass-bottom means you have unparalleled views of the city below from a completely unique perspective.
Alternatively, you can just stick to the Skydeck on a self-guided experience. If you get hungry along the way, there is a Skydeck kiosk that serves drinks and food throughout the day.
The Eureka Skydeck is open from 10 until 10 every day, giving you the chance to experience Melbourne at a range of different times.
Quick Facts About the Eureka Skydeck
• More than six million visitors have been to the Skydeck since it opened ten years ago.
• There are 3680 steps to get you up to the Skydeck if you choose to walk it.
• There have been over 1,000 marriage proposals that have taken place on The Edge.
• There are a whopping 12764 windows in the Tower.
So, if you’re ready to make your own memories on the Skydeck, now’s your chance! Get ready to view Melbourne from a different perspective and enjoy the incredible views from the Southern Hemisphere’s highest public observation platform. And remember, if you’re feeling adventurous, don’t forget to take your ride on “The Edge” to experience the tower from a whole different vantage point.