Visitors to Sydney may soon be able to walk on top of the 270m [886 feet] high Sydney Tower.
Sydney Tower Observatory is asking Sydney City Council for permission to launch the attraction, which would be known as Skywalk on Sydney Tower.
The company said it expected Skywalk to attract more than 250,000 people a year, who would have access to the highest point in Sydney, with views of the Blue Mountains to the West, Central Coast to the North and Wollongong to the South.
The fully-supervised walk is expected to take 75 minutes and operate between 9am to 10.30pm seven days a week. Groups of up to 15 people will be able to walk out on two specially built perspex viewing platforms.
The Sydney Tower experience takes you a staggering 250 metres above Sydney, commanding breathtaking views of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, including the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. From the beaches to the mountains, you’ll be amazed at what you can see from the highest point in town.