Open all days.
Address: 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia
Weekdays are generally less crowded compared to weekends, offering a more relaxed experience. To avoid large crowds, it's best to plan a visit to Melbourne Skydeck early in the morning or during the sunset.
The peak tourist season is during the summer months of December to February, while the low tourist season is during the winter months of June to August. Septembers and Octobers make for best months for visits with moderate temperatures and fewer crowds!
Duration: 15-20 minutes
Closest Station: Flinders Street Station
Duration: 15-25 minutes
Closest Station: Southbank or Queens Bridge St
Duration: 20-25 minutes
Closest Station: Queensbridge Street
Duration: 10-15 minutes
If you decide to drive down to Melbourne Skydeck, there are parking facilities available nearby. These parking facilities are also accessible for visitors with disabilities along with reduced car park rates and dedicated areas.
Nearby Parking Facilities
The general opening hours for Melbourne Skydeck are from 12 PM to 9 PM. On Fridays and Saturdays, the Skydeck is open from 12 PM to 10 PM.
The best time to visit Melbourne Skydeck would be during sunset when the skyline gets illuminated with reddish hues.
Your general admission tickets will let you spend 45 minutes on the Melbourne Skydeck. If you wish to spend longer, you can upgrade to include VR experiences as well. You can book your VR Experience tickets here.
The Melbourne Skydeck is set at 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank in Melbourne, Australia. Find it on Maps
You can visit the Melbourne Skydeck by purchasing a ticket for the same. Book your Melbourne Skydeck tickets online to avoid waiting in lines.
Yes. Visiting Eureka Skydeck is worth it as it offers breathtaking views of the Melbourne skyline and city from an incredible vantage point of 295 meters above ground level.
You will need to book Melbourne Skydeck tickets to get access to the observation deck.
You can easily book your Melbourne Skydeck tickets online.
The entry tickets to the Melbourne Skydeck cost around AU$24.
Yes. Melbourne Skydeck and some of the experiences within are all wheelchair friendly.
There are a variety of coffee, soft drinks, snacks, or a range of gourmet delights available at Eureka 89 and also Bar 88 at Melbourne Skydeck.