Sydney Tower Eye, often referred to by Sydney-siders as Sydney Tower, Centrepoint Tower, Westfield Centrepoint Tower or Sydney Skytower, has been an integral part of the famous Sydney skyline for the past 30 years. Discover 360-degree views of the beautiful Sydney form our indoor Observation Deck, located 250 metres above the city streets.
The following are excerpts from Havewheelchairwilltravel.net: "The cinema is wheelchair accessible with the lowest level reached by ramp. There's no seating in the cinema but for someone less steady on their feet or an elderly person there is substantial railing to lean against or perch on. "The observation deck is fully accessible and the windows are very tall with ledges low enough for someone in a wheelchair or small children to see out without anything obscuring their view. There are large binoculars set at two heights. One taller for people standing up and some lower for anyone using a wheelchair or for small children. There are touch screen information booths set at a good height to learn more about the buildings you can see in the distance. "There is a disabled toilet facility which doubles as a child change facility. It's a good size and would fit a companion for those needing assistance."
SYDNEY TOWER SKYWALK
"Sydney Tower Skywalk takes you outside the tower to enjoy the same views as the observation deck in the fresh air and without the glass. If you are doing the wheelchair accessible tour you cannot go the entire way around the tower due to some stairs but our son thought it was just wonderful. "The wheelchair accessible tour does allow you to see the Harbour Bridge and the Harbour in all it's sparkling glory. Although you are at a height of 268 metres above the ground you don't need to be too concerned because you are tethered to a rail. "A person using a wheelchair is required to book ahead as the accessible walk is done prior to the scheduled tours of the day. The person using a wheelchair and their companion participate in the tour together with a guide. A companion or carer can accompany a person with the disability free of charge (double check this at the time of booking in case of any changes). Please check directly with reservations regarding all the requirements for someone using a wheelchair."
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