Located on the 55th floor of Melbourne's tallest building, this observation deck opened in 1994 to provide spectacular ... More
Rialto Towers & Observation Deck
Located on the 55th floor of Melbourne's tallest building, this observation deck opened in 1994 to provide spectacular 360-degree views of Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay. It is a must for visitors. The admission price includes Rialto Vision (a twenty-minute multimedia exhibition showing highlights of Melbourne and Victoria) and the use of high-powered binoculars and fully interactive zoom cameras. There is also a function room and a fully licensed cafe. The gift shop has a good selection of Australian souvenirs.
Me and my friend went to the Rialto towers for the observation deck, but apparantly they've closed it - they referred us to the Eureka Towers just across the river - so we went up to the Skydeck on Eureka tower and it was amazing, it was just around 17$ for adults and 12$ for the Edge, but that was optional (a box that goes out 5 mtrs from the building).
A bit prizy but still a good thing to do - since it is the tallest skydeck in the southern hemisphere.
The view is breathtaking! Best to go on when the skies are clear. There are posters around to help you identify the different landmarks. Great phototaking and video-making opportunity. I will certainly go back there again!
Nine story Hotel featuring glass observatory tower. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Newspaper (Free). Refrigerator. Iron. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking
Rooms. Daily Maid Service. In Room Broadband Internet Access. Mini Bar. Hotel Details:100 Rooms / 9 Floors. Built in ...