Group Bookings

Groups and Parties

With the ability to host large groups and parties, Sydney Tower Buffet offers an unbeatable view across the harbour and city, delicious food and unforgettable experience in a revolving restaurant. 

Groups can enjoy the buffet at their leisure and choose from the extensive buffet offerings including fresh seafood, dumplings, braised pork belly, braised fish, roast kangaroo, crocodile and a range of salads and cold meats. There is also a separate dessert bar offering a range of sweets, ice-cream and more.
 
Attentive and friendly service is matched with spectacular 360-degree views of the city, making Sydney Tower Buffet a unique dining experience for small or large groups.

Group Bookings for 10 or More Guests

For reservations or parties of 10 or more guests, please download and complete the group booking form or submit your group enquiry. Our friendly reservations team will contact you alternatively contact us on +61 2 8223 3800. We look forward to welcoming you to Sydney Tower Buffet.  

 

OPENING HOURS

Sydney Tower Buffet

Lunch daily
11:30am - 3:30pm (last seating at 2:00pm)

*Dining times: 1.5 hours

 

Dinner daily
5:00pm - 10:30pm (last seating at 9:00pm)

*Dining times: 1.5 hours 

*We will be open from 11am during Chinese New Year (13th - 23rd February 2018)

HOW TO FIND US

Sydney Tower Buffet reception is located in the Westfield Centre (Level 4), entrance between Pitt and Castlereagh Streets. Click here for virtual tour on how to access.

 

To find out more about Sydney Tower Buffet, Parking and frequently asked questions click here

Virtual Tour

Take a 360-degree virtual tour around Sydney Tower Buffet and get a taste of the magnificent views over Sydney.

Did You Know?

There are 1385 stairs to climb to get to Sydney Tower Buffet.

Virtual Tour

Take a 360-degree virtual tour around Sydney Tower Buffet and get a taste of the magnificent views over Sydney.

Did You Know?

There are 1385 stairs to climb to get to Sydney Tower Buffet.

Did You Know?

Sydney Tower is one of the safest buildings in Australia. It is stabilised by a huge water tank and a network of cables which, if stretched out, would reach from here to New Zealand.