A woman has fallen from the top of Centrepoint Tower during a Skywalk tour.

fallen from the top of Centrepoint

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On Thursday, a woman reportedly unhinged her harness and fell over 268 metres to her death from Sydney’s Centrepoint Tower.

She was taking part in the popular Skywalk tour, which allows visitors and tourists to take a 45 minute walk around the tower on a platform, affording spectacular views.

According to a Channel Seven report, the woman became ‘agitated’ before falling to her death.

Earlier reports claimed the victim was male.

A NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said police were called to the building at about 2.45pm, responding to reports of a woman threatening self-harm.

Sydney Tower Eye shared a Facebook post explaining that the attraction was closed until further notice after “an incident.”

 
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