Celebrate the forthcoming new Chinese New Year at Eureka Skydeck 88, and honour the 2016 Year of the Monkey whilst taking in the best views of the city.
Interestingly, the number 8 is said to be a lucky number in Chinese culture, giving you another reason to head to the 88th floor of the Southern Hemisphere’s highest viewing platform this February.
Seize the opportunity to introduce some good fortune into your lives by visiting the iconic Eureka Tower in Southbank during Chinese New Year (between 6 - 21 February 2016)
Australia's largest illuminated Dragon Head will appear at the front of Eureka Skydeck plaza. The gigantic mystical Dragon sits at almost five metres high, two metres wide and seven metres long. There will also be social and historical information displays as well as images to educate and enlighten you about Chinese culture.
Visit Eureka Skydeck 88 at night (last entry 9:30pm) and see the city light up for Chinese New Year. For extra luck, you might even go home with a prize from a fortune cookie.
Use the online booking system to buy tickets in advance, which will be emailed conveniently to your inbox.