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Eureka Tower (Level 85)

Architect: Fender Katsalidis

City of Melbourne | R07

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The highly sculptural Eureka Tower was the tallest residential building in the world at the time of its completion. Located across the Yarra River from the central business district of Melbourne, the development provides a range of high-end apartments, public observation and experiential centre, and specialist office accommodation in the 90-storey building. The tower itself forms part of a city-block-sized podium, incorporating public art, offices, a hotel, retail, hospitality facilities and commercial car parking. Level 85 is the final yet-to-be-fitted-out shell, which spans an entire floor of Eureka Tower, with uninterrupted 360-degree views through floor-to-ceiling windows. The Eureka Tower has received multiple awards including the Joseph Reed Award for Urban Design, Harry Seidler Award for Commercial Architecture and Best Overall Award for Residential Architecture - Multiple Housing. 

Need to Know

  • Open: Sat 10am-11:30am - Booking required for this building

  • What's Open: Level 85 only. No other areas of Eureka Tower.

  • Special Note: Closed shoes. Children must be supervised at all times.

  • Tour Details: First release Friday 13 July 8:30 am until booked out, second release Friday 20 July 8:30 am until booked out, small booking fee applies. Tours at 10am, 11am, running for 30minutes, in groups of 15

  • Building Type: Residential

  • Access: Pram accessible, Limited mobility

  • Year Built: 2006

  • Website: fkaustralia.com

  • Transport: Tram stop: Casino East/Queens Bridge St on route 58

  • Photo Credit: Peta Michaelides

  • Tour Type: Pre-booked

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