An exciting addition to Optus Stadium’s rooftop attractions is set to offer visitors an ‘on top of the world’ experience from the Western Gantry in 2022.

The new element will complement the HALO rooftop tours, allowing thrill seekers to feel the wind beneath their feet as they walk 42 meters above the field of play while taking in a 360-degree view of Perth without rails.

Making the HALO experience safely accessible for all abilities and ages, the visitor experience will add to the already successful suite of stadium tours, sold from THE OZONE..

The new addition is set to provide an unparalleled vantage point with unique views of Perth’s landscape – from the Perth Hills in the east, to the city landscape in the west, as part of the 90-minute HALO tour around the stadium's panoramic rooftop walkway.

To ensure a safe and secure experience, visitors will be required to wear a safety harness on the roof above the field of play.

A key priority of the State Government and VenuesWest was to ensure this experience is accessible to as many of the public as possible. Individuals Requiring Universal Access (IRUA) can access the attraction via a lift in the stadium.

Comments attributed to Sport and Recreation Minister Tony Buti:

 “Since Optus Stadium opened in 2018, the Stadium and its surrounding park continues to provide an exceptional family-friendly destination for all visitors.”

“This exciting addition to the suite of stadium tours will provide a unique and memorable experience for visitors, further showcasing this award-winning venue and our beautiful city beyond.

​​​​​​​Comments attributed to Tourism Minister David Templeman:

“Tours and attractions like this ‘top of the world’ experience, play a key role in quite literally elevating the enjoyment of visitors and encouraging them to stay longer and spend more money on a trip.

“The spectacular views of this adrenaline-pumping tour will be perfect for people to share on social media, promoting our picturesque State.

“Developing innovative new experiences like this keeps WA’s tourism product fresh and adds another item to the incredible bucket-list experiences we have to offer .”