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November 19, 2020 Attraction No Comments

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel will reopen to the public on

Wednesday, 18th November 2020. All guests who fly on Melbourne Star will automatically receive an upgrade to a Private Cabin, with no more than six guests per cabin.

“We are so excited to be welcoming guests back to the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel after being temporarily grounded for 231 days this year, playing our part in bringing Melbourne back to life.” said Head of Sales and Marketing, Nicole Hill.

“As an iconic landmark of the Melbourne city skyline, while we’ve closed, the Star has continued to light up every evening during the lockdown, illuminating the city as a reminder of the strength and vibrancy of Melbourne.”

The reopening of Melbourne Star will provide additional support for the #LetsMelbourneAgain campaign, an initiative from Victorian businesses to revitalise Melbourne in the wake of the pandemic.

While everyone is battling for bookings at bars and restaurants across the city, the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel has partnered with Peter Rowland to bring food lovers Private Catered Cabins with packages including cheese boards, antipasto and sweets.

Melbourne Star has also opened bookings for Private Catered Christmas Cabins with the famed caterer, where guests can toast to the season with the Sparkling Jingle and Mingle Cabin or elevate the Christmas cheer with sweet or savoury canapes.

Each cabin will host up to six guests, prices start from $28 per person for the Sparkling Jungle and Mingle Cabin.

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel has also launched it Rekindle Your Love For Melbourne Star campaign, offering two-for-one tickets with a complimentary drink.

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel will reopen with new COVIDSafe measures including, free upgrades to Private Cabins for all guests, with a maximum of six guests per cabin, entry and queue management, additional cleaning and hygiene practices at all high-frequency touchpoints including inside cabins and hand sanitiser stations. Patrons and staff will also be required to wear masks at all times.

“The wellbeing of our guests and employees will, of course be of the highest priority in reopening, with strict COVIDSafe hygiene and social distancing measures so our visitors can enjoy a safe and serene experience.”

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel will be operating from 11am to 9.30pm, seven days a week.

Head to for more details and to book a Private Catered Cabin on Melbourne Star Observation Wheel.

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