Melbourne Star Observation Wheel
Address: 101 Waterfront Way, Docklands, Victoria 3008
Phone: 03 8688 9688
Reach for the sky with a ride on Melbourne's newest star attraction, Melbourne Star Observation Wheel.
The Melbourne Star Observation Wheel, located in Melbourne's waterfront precinct of Docklands, takes visitors on a 30-minute ride in fully enclosed glass cabins and offers extraordinary bird's-eye views of the city and surrounds, including Port Phillip Bay and as far away as Mount Macedon and the Dandenong Ranges.
Set your camera to landscape and take in views of up to 40 kilometres away during the day, or slow down the shutter speed in the evening to snap the city's night lights and see the observation wheel lighting up Melbourne's skyline.
Learn about Melbourne's history, culture and eccentricities from the Tales of Melbourne information panels before you board and reach expert level with the audio commentary in the observation cabins.
Cabins accommodate up to 20 people at a time, so grab some friends and take a flight of fancy for a new perspective of the city.
Every visit to Melbourne should start at the Star. For more information on Melbourne Star please view their website.
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Price & booking
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Single Flight Ticket.
Single Flight Ticket
Single Flight Ticket
Single Flight Ticket. Children need to be between five and 15 years old.
- Car park
- Coach parking
- Conference/convention facilities
- Access with assistance for the disabled
- Toilet facilities for the disabled
- First aid equipment
- Non smoking establishment
- Photographic service
- Public toilet
- Victorian Tourism Awards
Melbourne Star Observation Wheel is open from 1pm on Christmas Day (December 25th) and Anzac Day (April 25th). Operational hours are subject to weather conditions and may be changed without notice.
Last flight departs at 9.30pm.
- Australian Amusement Leisure and Recreation Association
- Australian Tourism Export Council
- Tourism Alliance Victoria
Melbourne Star welcomes guests in wheelchairs with a maximum of two wheelchairs in a cabin and six allowed on the Star in any one rotation. Guests in wheelchairs must be accompanied by a companion or carer. For those visitors requiring additional assistance, Melbourne Star provides lift access to the boarding deck and ramps are available to assist with ease of movement into and out of the cabins. Please see website or contact Melbourne Star for further information for guests in wheelchairs or requiring additional assistance.
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