The Sydney Tower is the second tallest free standing structure in Australia, coming in close second to the Gold Coast?s Q1 Building. The tower is situated in Sydney Central Business District or CBD and is also a vaunted member of the World Federation of Great Towers.
The Sydney Tower is also known in several other names including the AMP Tower, Centrepoint Tower and Westfield Centrepoint Tower just to name a few. It stands 1,104 feet above sea level and is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in downtown Sydney.
The tower has also been used for as a staging point for firework displays such as during the Sydney Olympics as well as every New Year?s Eve.
There are several noteworthy attractions for people to check when visiting the Sydney Tower. First is the Observation Deck where tourists both local and foreign alike get to check out the beauty of Sydney during evenings as well as during the day. People can check the sights while up on the tower using telescopes located around the observation deck.
Another attraction that has been making waves in the past few years is the much-talked about Skywalk. The Skywalk lets visitors feel what it is like outside the safe confines of the observation deck as they roam around freely the ledges surrounding the topmost part of the Sydney Tower. Guests who purchase the tickets for Skywalk early will see a completely unique 360 view of Sydney using the most effective protective gears called ?Sky-suits.?
Guests can also have lunch or dinner inside the Sydney Tower with the Sydney Tower Buffet with the breathtaking view of the city around them. Kids and adults alike can savor world-class cuisine at affordable prices. Visitors can top their visit by catching a 4D film in the Sydney Tower?s auditorium area.