Highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere
Incredible panoramic views over Melbourne & beyond
975 feet (300 m) above ground on the outside terrace
Option to upgrade to the thrilling Edge experience
Unlimited free time to enjoy the staggering views
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Admission to Eureka Skydeck 88
Drinks and snacks
Know Before You Book
Children 3 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult.
Children 7 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult for the Edge experience.
Open Saturday and Sunday from 12 PM to 7 PM (last entry is at 6:30 PM). Monday to Friday CLOSED
If you fear heights, you should not take part in this activity.
Security on level 1 and staff on level 88 will only allow max 2 customers per lift ride- unless it's a family/group that are travelling together.
Customers are asked to use the sanitizer provided before they enter the lifts.
Edge rides are to be the same - max group of 2 customers or depending on size of family/group
Our cleaners have been addressed to focus on sanitizing all touch points on a regular basis.
What you can expect
Experience Melbourne from the Eureka Skydeck 88 and catch a bird's-eye view of the city skyline and beyond. Upgrade to the Edge experience for a unique chance to stand on a switch-operated glass cube that slides out from the building with you inside.
Travel from ground to level 88 of the iconic Eureka Tower in 44 seconds before stepping out onto the 360-degree platform that displays awe-inspiring views of Melbourne. Take in vistas that stretch from the magical Dandenong Ranges to the blue waters of historic Port Phillip Bay. Look over the Melbourne city district and its many sports stadiums.
Step outside to the terrace and feel the wind blowing through your hair as you stand 975 feet (300 metres) above the ground. Look through binoculars for up-close views of the city and watch the Edge in action as it slides out from the side of the building.
Upgrade to the Edge for a more thrilling experience. Feel your adrenaline pumping as you step out into this glass cube that moves at a speed of 3 feet per second (1 m/s) from the building while you stand inside. Once it has extended to its full distance, high above Melbourne, you feel as if you're walking on air.