Eureka Climb – The race to the highest observation deck in the Southern Hemisphere


This is so exciting that we can’t wait for November to come: The race to the top of Melbourne’s tallest building is on again.

Eureka Climb participants will ascend 1642 steps to level 88’s observation deck known as Eureka Skydeck (the highest observation deck in the Southern Hemisphere).


Eureka Climb is an event for people of all ages and levels of fitness to walk/run/climb their way up 88 floors of one of the world’s tallest towers. It is Australia’s biggest vertical race held at one of the world’s tallest residential buildings, Eureka Tower in Southbank, Melbourne.

The Eureka Climb has been given a race factor of 1.5 by the Tower Running World Council with only a few of the top races around the world awarded a higher status. So there’s plenty more reason to get registered and head to Melbourne on Sunday 17 November for Australia’s BIGGEST Vertical Race. It’s worth the 88 floors of grit and determination to get to the top!

With an entertainment precinct at the bottom of the tower for friends, family and supporters, it’s a day of fun, fitness and fundraising for everyone.

We are so excited w can’t wait. Will we see you there? Register here, to climb up the stairs together with Klaus & Fritz.

More information are on the website and on Facebook


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