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  • I suggest you to save your time, leave the tower immediately and visit other places of interest instead


    • by Pusaka

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      This tower is shown wherever you are in the CBD area. However it is not that easy to find the entrance as the tower is integrated to a shopping centre building and there are many other similar buildings in the area.

      The aforementioned shopping centre is in Westfield building.

      This place is actually very near to Town Hall railway station.

      It is about 10 minutes on foot eastward from the station.

      The entrance to the tower is on the fifth


      floor.

      The admission fee is 25 Australian dollars (27.

      50 US dollars).

      If you purchase the ticket elsewhere (for example in Sydney Aquarium to gain 5 dollars discount by purchasing the admission tickets for both Sydney Aquarium and Sydney Tower together), you still have to register yourself in the ticketing office to receive a disposable 3D glasses.

      The admission fee, however, is slightly too expensive to only stand and watch a five minute 4D film plus to climb up the tower ...


      • that is occupied by a souvenir shop and a café.

        I am writing this in comparison with Tokyo Tower where there are exhibition and games (apart from souvenir shop and café), or with Petronas Twin Tower in Malaysia which is free of charge and includes a 3D film session.

        Back to Sydney Tower, the 360 degrees view from the observation level is good only when looking towards the north where you can see the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House

        down there.

        Having returned down near the exit gate, you may purchase a Sydney Tower booklet with your picture at the front cover (your picture is taken right before entering the room for watching the 4D film).

        Duration of visit is not limited during the operation hours of Sydney tower, but there is no need to spend more than 15 to 20 minutes.

        I suggest you to save your time, leave the tower immediately and visit other places of interest instead.




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