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SkyPoint
Level 77 of Q1 Resort
9 Hamilton Avenue
Surfers Paradise
QLD
4217
Tel: 7 5582 2700

Where are we going today?

SkyPoint observation deck is the highest point of the Gold Coast and makes for outstanding panoramic views which will impress the whole family. The decks are not open to the elements.

High powered binoculars are available and visual displays within the tower highlight points of interest in the view to get your bearings, and the theatrette offers a short documentary on the area's development.

Over 12s can try Australia's highest exterior building climb, a 90 minute trip under your own power to the very top of the building 270m above sea level.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$21
  • Children$12.50
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Sunday to Thursday 9am till 9pm. Last tickets sold 45mins before closure. Friday and Saturday 9am ti

I'm Hungry!

Gourmet cafe on site offering hot and cold snacks and drinks..

Any Top Tips?

Prices given are for general entry, the climb is an additional $69 for adults, $59 for over 12s..

Need a little extra help?

SkyPoint is fully accessible by wheelchair..

What people are saying?

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    The fastest lift in australia is definitely have synchronisation problems with its fake camera and the position of the lift.

    Views are nice, the value not worth it. It must be much more cheaper.

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    We went for breakfast on a Sunday morning at about 8am. We decided to order the continental breakfast because it ended up being really good value for money as it included the ticket for the observation deck. We also decided to order a hot breakfast. I got the healthy breakfast and I was really impressed with the meal considering we were at a tourist attraction. All in all I would say a must see for any tourist visiting the Gold Coast. Visit in the morning and order the breakfast for the most value for money. It also didn't start to get busy until...Read More

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    food was all right but took forever to come, and was cold in the end. tables don't get cleared - food left lying around for half an hour after people go. no one brings you cutlery. paid $22 per person to go up and additions breakfast. probably not worth it. view is nice.

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    It's good fun, but I found it a bit overpriced. The ride to the top is quite fast - in fact your ears will pop and there's an interesting screen visual. As far as the view goes, yes it's great, but I wouldn't go there again. It's great for entertaining guests and tourists as it's a great photo opportunity. The food and drinks up the top are OK.

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    View is awesome! There is no other positive information I can provide. Rubbish all over the tables and ground. Overpowering smell of mildew….the toilets…THE WORST TOILET FACILITIES I HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED! They're is no cleanliness at all. I had to stand in urine so I could use the toilet. DISGUSTING! $23 per person I expect a higher standard of cleanliness. Very poor representation of Australians.

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by Elyse Daniels

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We went for breakfast on a Sunday morning at about 8am. We decided to order the continental breakfast because it ended up being really good value for money as it included the ticket for the observation deck. We also decided to order a hot breakfast. I got the healthy breakfast and I was really impressed with the meal considering we were at a tourist attraction. All in all I would say a must see for any tourist visiting the Gold Coast. Visit in the morning and order the breakfast for the most value for money. It also didn't start to get busy until around 9am when we were about to leave.

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