Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

Come fly on the Melbourne Star, the Southern Hemisphere’s only Giant Observation Wheel, for a view like no other and an experience you’ll never forget.

Day or night, you’ll feel on top of the world as the Melbourne Star glides on its gentle arc through the sky. No spin is the same, as you watch the constantly changing drama of the busy port, scenic gardens, bustling streets and bright lights of the city below. The Melbourne Star brings the whole of Melbourne together – the sophisticated, the grungy and the downright quirky – in spectacular views reaching up to 40km from Melbourne’s CBD and Port Phillip Bay through to Mount Macedon and the Dandenong Ranges in the distance.

The 21 spacious, air-conditioned cabins give you an unparalleled, 360-degree view of the city. Walk around and take in the sights from all angles, while our audio commentary gives you a brief introduction to the history and significance of the landmarks below.

Opening Times

11am – 9:30pm daily.

Special Delegate Offer

Show your lanyard or lapel at the ticket office to receive an impressive 40% off! Alternatively click here to book online with Promo Code: ICJW40.

Getting Here

Docklands is part of the city’s Free Tram Zone, so you can catch a tram to the Melbourne Star from anywhere within the Free Tram Zone at no cost! Board any of the following trams:

• The City Circle tram
• Tram 86 (via Bourke Street)
• Tram 70 (via Flinders Street)

Disembark at The District Docklands (Stop D11), an easy walking distance to the Melbourne Star.

Visit the Official Melbourne Star Observation Wheel website for further information.