Optus Stadium’s New VERTIGO Experience Isn’t For The Faint Of Heart
We all know Optus Stadium’s status as one of the country’s best sporting grounds, but it’s fast turning into an adventurer’s paradise as well thanks to a variety of tours available as part of THE OZONE.
Along with the already-running HALO rooftop walk tour, behind the scenes tours, Game Day Experiences and Aboriginal Cultural Tours, they’ve just added their craziest new challenge – VERTIGO, along with the new Western Viewing Deck.
Acrophobes look away now – VERTIGO allows fans to step off the roof and walk way out beyond the edge of the stadium, attached only by a harness with no handrails – yikes!
The more adventurous punters out there can also hang out over the edge to look down towards the field of play.
If hanging over the edge isn’t quite in your thrill-set, the Western Viewing Deck is included in the VERTIGO and HALO rooftop experiences, offering new and uninterrupted views of Perth and the Derbal Yarrigan (Swan River).
Even better, it also becomes the first fully accessible rooftop experience in an Australian stadium, accessible via a lift from Level 5 to the roof.
They’re not for the faint of heart, but if you dare head to THE OZONE WEBSITE for more information on the full raft of experiences today.
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