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Sydney’s Highest Sleepover offers overnight stay at Sydney Tower Eye

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The Sydney Tower Eye has partnered with Koala, Australia’s highest-rated mattress brand, to offer ‘Sydney’s Highest Sleepover’. The experience is an overnight stay at the city’s tallest building.

As part of a national competition, Sydney’s Highest Sleepover invites Australians aged over 18 to share in 50 words or less why they deserve to win a night in the sky.

Dave Boyd, General Manager of Sydney Tower Eye, described Sydney’s Highest Sleepover as “the bucket list item Australian’s didn’t know they needed”.

Sydney Tower Eye and Koala will fly the winners to Sydney, where they’ll get a private sunset dinner with three courses and drinks on the Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck.

Experience the ‘most stunning Sydney sunrise views’

sydney's highest sleepover

The pop-up bedroom styled by Koala and Jono Fleming features Koala’s bedroom bundle and slumber set, including the mattress, timber bed base, eucalyptus fibre bed linen, and pillows.

Sydney’s Highest Sleepover includes return economy flights to Sydney for two people, from their nearest capital city, as well as transfers to and from the airport.

Guests will also have a ‘breakfast with koalas’ experience for two at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo. This includes a zoo tour, koala encounter and breakfast buffet.

Boyd added that Sydney Tower Eye is “so excited to have partnered with Koala to make history, and bring this incredible money-can’t-buy experience to life”.

Private sunset dinner and breakfast with koalas

sydney's highest sleepover

“Sydney’s Highest Sleepover will combine Sydney’s highest views with Australia’s highest rated mattress to treat our special guests to the most stunning Sydney sunrise views they will ever experience from the comfort of their bed – 250 metres in the sky – something that not even I have experienced!”

The Sydney’s Highest Sleepover competition is open from 12am on October 9 to 11.59pm on October 30. The winners will be contacted by November 1.

Blooloop recently explored the emerging trend of the museum hotel, as attractions invest in new ways to get visitors to stay longer with luxury, themed or innovative accommodation.

Images: Sydney Tower Eye/Koala

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A journalist specialising in entertainment and attractions, Bea loves theme parks (mainly Disney) and is particularly interested in things of a gothic, horror or fantasy nature.

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