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Don't look down!

Based on a French style staircase the tower is a 100 step climb to the top. Don't worry about... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Matt J
Royal Wootton Bassett, United Kingdom
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Fun tower to climb for both the exercise and the view. Bring your camera and get some great shoots... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Britt B
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Kings Park | at the Forrest Drive end of the Broadwalk Vista, Perth, Western Australia 6000, Australia
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Based on a French style staircase the tower is a 100 step climb to the top. Don't worry about running out of energy as there are multiple stop-off points on the way up. Once at the top you may be unsettled by the gentle swaying...More

1  Thank Matt J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This looks impressive from the ground and the 100 steps to the top are prtty fun. t can give you quite a bit of vertigo as the tower sways, but there are stops in the middle of each floor to help you get your bearing....More

1  Thank Natasha D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Fun tower to climb for both the exercise and the view. Bring your camera and get some great shoots. The view is beautiful all around.

Thank Britt B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The first settlement in Perth [ a military decision by the then governor ] in 1829 saw tall trees on Mt Eliza used as lookout and communication positions to see Fremantle and the coast. This tower allows the visitor to have a similar vantage point....More

Thank I H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Came back to this tower for another visit after a considerable gap. Good exercise to climb it quickly and time yourself to the top. My daughter was able to do it in 30 seconds, which is not bad for a young child.

Thank KGB777
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Walking up the swath of grass from the Zamia cafe to the DNA tower is one of the most pleasant outings on a summer day. Then stretch yourself with an easy climb to the top for super views. Getting in touch with nature!

Thank Barbara C
Reviewed 13 June 2018

Such a fascinating piece of art which also means something. There are a lot of steps to climb, but it is amongst some beautiful parkland and when you get to the top you will be so glad you made the effort. Views across the city...More

Thank annettelaurie
Reviewed 12 June 2018

If you can make it up the stairs, then the view is so worth it. The views are just stunning and its totally free to climb. Take your time check the viw from each level.

Thank Angela s
Reviewed 20 May 2018

The DNA Tower is actually like a strand of DNA, the basis of human life, as discovered by Crick and Watson. It's quite a climb to get to the top -- the view is magnificent. It's in King's Park -- a bit isolated but it's...More

1  Thank Jeffry B
Reviewed 6 May 2018

This staircase looks like a DNA. No wonder that they called it the DNA Tower Climb. My wife went one way, I went the other way and met at every platform for a kiss. That was fun. At the top we took pictures of the...More

1  Thank Robby G C
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Cathy N
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Response from Allan M | Reviewed this property |
wer is free and is available to climb 24hrs
18 April 2015|
Response from lizzybWestSussex | Reviewed this property |
It is open 24 hrs