The SkyPoint Observation Deck is so special because it is arguably the most remarkable attraction in one of the most attractive cities in the world. It can be found on the 77th level of the Q1 building in Surfers Paradise. It is Australia’s one and only observation deck situated neat a beach. It sits at an amazing height of 230 meters high in the sky. Skypoint has become the one of the most popular attractions in the Gold Coast and it is visited by domestic and international tourists all year round.
The biggest feature of the whole attraction is the observation deck itself. The 360-degree panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean, the Gold Coast skyline and the Queensland hinterland, up towards Springbrook's National Park.
At night you can experience the lit-up sky line of the city below, which is also a beautiful sight to see. You can, of course, enjoy these panoramic views while having a freshly made meal to eat from the SkyPoint Bistro + Bar. The bar also has a huge variety of beers, wines and spirits. Around the deck are also informative feature zones which deliver you interesting facts about the Gold Coast and Skypoint.
At night time the deck turns into a modern, high altitude lounge bar with club beats on Friday and Saturday nights. On Sunday afternoons between 2PM and 5PM the observation deck welcomes live performers. So, you can take in the views while listening to music, it truly makes for a great atmosphere.
You can have breakfast, lunch and dinner while you take in the gorgeous panoramic view. The dining menu has fantastic gourmet burgers and delicious sweetcorn waffles. The drinks and the dining menu is known to be just as attractive as the panoramic view. Visitors can start the day with a buffet breakfast and a relaxing espresso or cappuccino.
All tourists visiting the Gold Coast shouldn’t jet off without doing the Sky Point climb. It’s an experience that lasts for an hour and a half, consisting of an outdoor adventure to the top of the Q1 building. The Q1 building is one of the tallest residential towers in the world and obviously is the highest point in the greater Gold Coast area. You can consider it to be one of Australia’s most wonderful landmarks.
Visitors will be taken 270 meters into the air, making it the highest external building climb in Australia. At the top, on display will be the most amazing view you will ever come across in your life. The Pacific Ocean and the Gold Coast look gorgeous, particularly on a blue sunny day.
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