AUSTRALIA | Eureka Skydeck 88

AUSTRALIA - Eureka Skydeck 881Melbourne tour wouldn’t be complete without getting to see everything (literally) from above! Eureka Skydeck 88 is one of the most visited attractions and boasts of breathtaking 360-degree view of Melbourne’s structures and landmarks from its 88th floor. Yes, you heard that right. With a height of 984.3ft, it is also regarded as the highest public vantage point in Southern Hemisphere.

The elevator trip was crazy! It just took 38 seconds for us to get on the top and found out that it travels more than 9 meters per second. How do they do that? Haha! If you’re bored to take the lift and want more thrill, you may climb 3,680 stairs up to reach the peak. But no, don’t dare to do it.AUSTRALIA - Eureka Skydeck 882

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AUSTRALIA - Eureka Skydeck 8813AUSTRALIA - Eureka Skydeck 8814AUSTRALIA - Eureka Skydeck 8815I was stunned by the view itself. What a beautiful world we live in! Thinking that I stood almost 300 meters high above Melbourne made me hardly breathe. It was a glorious feeling. Yes, it truly was. <3

SKYDECK RATES (As of June 2016)

$20.00 Adult
$11.50 Child (4-16 y/o)
$15.50 Concession
$46.00 Family Package 1 (2 Adults & up to 2 Children)
$34.00 Family Package 2 (1 Adult & 2 Children)
$9.50 Additional Child

*Visit Eureka Skydeck 88 at Riverside Quay Southbank Melbourne

*Open 10AM-10PM daily (last entry 9:30PM)

0 Comments

  1. Sheena Gonzales
    July 25, 2016

    Looks like a beautiful place!! <3

    Sheena
    http://www.sheenalovessunsets.com

    Reply
    1. Jansell
      July 26, 2016

      It is! 🙂

      Reply
    2. Jansell
      July 26, 2016

      Beautiful blog by the way! <3

      Reply
  2. Ana
    July 27, 2016

    What a gorgeous view! <3

    Lots of love,
    Ana
    CHECK OUT MY BLOG: http://www.anasofiachic.blogspot.com

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    1. Jansell
      August 11, 2016

      Thanks Ana!

      Reply
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