Sydney tower is in the middle of the central business district.
It has a height of 309 meters and it is the tallest structure of
Sydney. The observation point is at two hundred and fifty metres
above the ground. The Sydney tower is the city’s landmark but
also a point of reference for people or tourists who lose their
way in Sydney. The Tower of Sydney allows a view of the city and
its surroundings. If you visit the tower on a clear day it can
give a view as far as the Illawarra coast in the south, the
central coast in the North, Wollongong and the Blue Mountains in
the west. The Tower is also known as the AMP Centrepoint Tower,
Centrepoint or AMP Tower. The Tower of Sydney is the second
tallest observation point of the southern hemisphere; the
tallest is the Auckland Sky Tower in New Zealand. The Tower is
located at 100 Market Street. The construction of the building
started in 1970 and the Tower started to be built in 1975. As
from September 1981 the public could have access to the Tower.
So do not miss to have a visit in the Tower of Sydney.