SKYWALK at the Sydney Tower Eye
SKYWALK at the Sydney Tower Eye is Sydney's highest outdoor adventure!
For an unforgettable Sydney experience, step onto SKYWALK!
You'll be walking on air 268 metres above stunning Sydney, with the city streets directly beneath your feet. Look down through the glass floor viewing platform for a bird's-eye perspective of the bustling city below, as part of a 45 minute guided tour around the outside of the iconic golden turret of Sydney Tower.
At exactly twice the height of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, SKYWALK is Sydney's highest open air attraction and offers an unparalleled perspective of our incredible harbour city. An experienced guide gives you an insider's commentary on the amazing sights and landmarks of Sydney, and there's also an opportunity to have your photograph taken on the glass floor platform with the jaw-dropping harbour as your backdrop.
There really is no other experience quite like SKYWALK at the Sydney Tower Eye!
"I thought I was going to be terrified, but once I got out there and saw how safe it was and how magnificant the views are, it turned into one of those "wow" moments I'll never forget!"
Norm Martin, SKYWALK guest from Perth, Australia.
How old do I need to be to do a SKYWALK?
SKYWALK participants must be 8 years and over. Children are classed as 8 - 15 years old for SKYWALK and all CHILD guests must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
If I book a SKYWALK online, when should I turn up?
All pre-booked guests are required to arrive 30 minutes prior to the timeslot selected during the online booking process. Please note that on rare occasions during very busy periods, the walk may fall outside of the timeslot you select, but you will be notified of this on the ground level prior to heading up to the SKYWALK.
How often does SKYWALK run?
SKYWALK runs from 10:00am to 8:00pm Oct - April (last walk departs 8pm) and 10:00am to 7:00pm May - September (last walk departs 7pm). Additional walks are occasionally added during busy periods, and these will display as selectable options automatically during the online booking process.
Can I have an alcoholic drink before doing a SKYWALK?
Participants should not be under the influence of drugs (legal or illegal) or alcohol. To comply with operating regulations, all SKYWALK participants have to undergo a breath test and should have a blood alcohol reading of below 0.05%. Participants who have a reading of 0.05% or above will not be permitted to participate in the SKYWALK.
Are there any health requirements I should know about before doing a SKYWALK?
Participants must sign a declaration form that states they do not suffer from any medical conditions that prevent you or any other participants from comfortably and safely completing the SKYWALK.
I'm in a wheelchair - can I still go out on SKYWALK?
Yes, you most certainly can. We do require advance notice for wheelchair SKYWALK guests though. Find out more information here.
Can I take my camera on the SKYWALK?
Due to operating regulations, loose items such as mobile phones, cameras and camcorders are not permitted on the SKYWALK. Free lockers are provided to keep your valuables secure. Our SKYGUIDES are trained and authorised to take photographs of guests on the SKYWALK, and guests can view and purchase photographs upon completion of the SKYWALK.
Do I need to wear special clothing?
Regulations require enclosed shoes with no open toes. Shoes should be flat, non-slip and offer support and grip. All SKYWALK guests are also required to wear an all-in-one jump suit, which will be provided during the pre-walk safety briefing. Participants with prescription glasses and sun-glasses will be provided with an attachment to secure them.
Does the weather affect SKYWALK?
SKYWALKS run in all weather conditions, except electrical storms and extremely high winds. Wet weather return passes will be issued in the event of an extreme weather event that causes the closure of SKYWALK. Learn more about our Weather Promise here.
Please note: The operators of SKYWALK will not, to the extent permissible by law, be responsible for any loss, damage or injury suffered by you arising from any medical condition, physical or psychological.