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Sydney Tower / Centrepoint

The Sydney Tower stands 305 meters tall and is the second tallest building in Australia. The observation deck at the top features a 360-degree view of the entire City of Sydney. Guests can also enjoy a dining experience in the Sydney Tower Restaurants with 360-degree panoramic views of Sydney and a revolving floor.

The Skywalk platform is at Sydney's highest point and enjoys breathtaking 360-degree views of beautiful Sydney. Skywalk is a planned tour and lasts approximately 1 hour an 30 minutes. Tickets for the Sydney Tower also include OzTrek, a unique 180-degree 3D visual tour about Australian cultural, history and geography.
Address:Corner of Pitt Street and Market Street
Enquiry:61-2-9333-9222
Transportation:Right above Pitt Street Mall and easily accessible from Town Hall Station or George Street
Hours:9:00am to 10:30pm from Sunday to Friday, 9:00am to 11:30pm on Saturday
Website:http://www.sydneytoweroztrek.com.au/


Pitt Street Mall

Pitt Street Mall is the shopping mecca of Sydney; the area is full of people most of the time. Large departmental stores and shopping centres such as David Jones, Myer (Grace Brothers), The Strand Arcade, and Sky Garden are located here. Shops range from fashion boutiques, jewellery shops, and book shops to sports retailers and music shops.
Transportation:A short distance from Town Hall Station and Queen Victoria Building (QVB)
Attraction:The Strand Arcade

Queen Victoria Building (aka QVB)

The Queen Victoria Building is a must-see destination for Sydney visitors. The QVB was built in 1898 to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. This elegant Victorian building is home to a wide range of fashion boutiques and jewellery shops.

Inside it houses a large clock called The Great Australian Clock that exhibits Australian history. A figure of Queen Victoria surrounded by royal jewelleries and costumes and a life-size Imperial Chinese Bridal Carriage made in jade, weighing over 2 tonnes, can also be found at the QVB.
Address:Corner of George Street and Market Street
Enquiry:61-2-9264-9209
Transportation:Easily accessible from Town Hall Station
Hours:9.00am to 6.00pm from Monday to Saturday; 9.00am to 9.00pm on Thursday; 11.00am to 5.00pm on Sunday and public holidays
Fees:Free
Website:http://www.qvb.com.au/

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