One of Sydney's major tourism attractions has been closed "until further notice" following the death of a man who fatally plunged 258 metres from the Sydney Tower Eye on Sunday evening.
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It was the second such death this year at the tallest building in the city, which is also known as Centrepoint Tower.
Tower's operator Merlin Entertainment closed the attraction for a month and undertook a safety review after a woman died in March, but the man also died after the tower reopened with police deeming his death "self harm".
The Skywalk will remain closed for at least a week, company director Rob Smith told the Sydney Morning Herald.
Merlin Entertainment also runs Madame Tussauds in Sydney, Sea Life Aquarium and ski resorts Falls Creek and Mount Hotham.