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Eureka Skydeck

“The vertigo-challenging Eureka Skydeck is the highest public vantage point in the Southern Hemisphere,” writes Frommer’s Easy Guide to Australia. Located on the 88th-level of the Eureka Tower -- named after the goldfields uprising of 1854 -- the “funky-shape blue-glass building with an impressive gold cap is the place to get a bird's-eye view of Melbourne and overcome your fear of heights,” says Fodors. And there’s an enclosed all-glass cube, known as the Edge, which projects three meters out from the viewing platform -- “here you can stand, seemingly suspended, over the city on a clear glass floor.”

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