Sydney Tower Skywalk

Sydney Tower Skywalk

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100 Market St., Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia

The Skywalk, part of the Sydney Tower, is the highest open-air attraction in the city. A viewing platform with a glass floor, the Skywalk extends off the Sydney Tower Eye, an observation deck located on level four of the tower. The platform provides views of Sydney's central business district. A visit to the Skywalk is part of a 45-minute guided tour that leads visitors around the outside of the tower. Tour guides offer insights and info about Sydney’s famous landmarks.

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