At Eureka 88, we stayed up from night till dusk. If you shuttle in the city and to see the old Melbourne style, then you can see the 297-meter-high Eureka 88-story viewing platform, which is the eccentricity of the modern city. After security inspection, the high-speed elevator of 9 meters per second will soon be able to send tourists to the viewing level on the 88th floor. The area here is not too big. The 360-degree direction is a transparent glass windows, the night-view is invincible, but the reflection is serious so, it gets a bit boring. The solution is to enter an open-air balcony enclosed by wire mesh, but only if you are able to withstand the frenzied "fairy winds" of Melbourne at night. There is also a less stimulating edge experience at the viewing level, for which there is a separate charge. The visitor puts on the shoe covers and enters a closed transparent glass house, and then the glass house slowly moves to let him explore the building and hangs at an altitude of nearly 300 meters.