Frequently Asked Questions
Where is SkyPoint?
SkyPoint is situated on Level 77 atop the Q1 Building Gold Coast, one of the World's Tallest Residential Buildings, on the corner of Hamilton Avenue and Surfers Paradise at 3003 Surfers Paradise Boulevard, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast.
How high is the viewing platform?
SkyPoint is situated 230m above the ground and is Australia’s only beachside Observation Deck and is also home to the Gold Coast's ultimate high altitude adventure, the SkyPoint Climb.
How can I buy tickets to SkyPoint?
Tickets are available online through our website or via our ticket counter located at street level in the SkyPoint Retail Store, on the corner of Surfers Paradise Blvd and Hamilton Avenue.
Do I need to book in advance?
There is no need to book in advance to visit the SkyPoint Observation Deck, except for groups and school tours. It is recommended to book in advance for the SkyPoint Climb to avoid disappointment as climbs can fill up quickly.
Does SkyPoint offer discounted entry for pensioners?
SkyPoint does offer a special rate for entry to SkyPoint for pensioners but guests will need to present a valid pensioner card to receive this price and gain entry.
When is SkyPoint open?Hours of operation
What can I do at SkyPoint?
The highlight of any visit to SkyPoint is the amazing views – you’ll be surprised at how big and beautiful the Gold Coast really is. The breathtaking 360 degree view from Level 77 are the highlight of any visit to SkyPoint. There are also visual displays to illustrate key points of interest in the region, high power binoculars, a theaterette featuring “The Birth of Paradise”, and the option to relax and enjoy the view with a bite to eat from the licensed Seventy7 Cafe + Bar.
Our function room on Level 78 is the ultimate events venue available day and night for functions, conferencing and weddings. For enquiries and bookings contact the events team on +61 7 5582 2707 or via email: [email protected]
How many people can go into the lift?
The lift will comfortably accommodate 15 people per flight. It is registered for 26 people.
Where can I park?
50 complimentary visitor car parks are available in the underground carpark below the Q1 Building Gold Coast (subject to availability). NB. Guests will need to register their car details in the SkyPoint lobby whilst waiting for the lift. Entry to the car park is off Hamilton Ave, down the drive way just after the resort drop off area. The car park is 2.3 metres high. The car park is for use only for duration of your SkyPoint visit and is open from 7:30am till close. Tour buses are welcome to drop passengers off in the Q1 Gold Coast Resort drop-off area via Hamilton Ave. NB. Tour bus drivers are responsible for their own parking requirements.
Is there access for wheelchair/disabled people?
Yes, SkyPoint is fully accessible by wheelchair.
Are there any smoking areas at SkyPoint?
Smoking is not permitted on Level 77 and 78. A designated smoking area is on ground level.
What if the weather is bad?
One of the wonderful things about SkyPoint is that on any day, you will still see magnificent views of the Gold Coast region regardless of the weather. Often our Club360 members rush to SkyPoint when a storm is rolling in.
What is the average time spent at SkyPoint?
When you include time for a bite to eat from Seventy7 Café + Bar, you can expect a visit to SkyPoint to take up to 2 hours. If you're just popping up to marvel at the view and learn more about the Gold Coast from our informative exhibits, then a visit will take approximately 30 to 45 mins. Don’t forget to allow time for our 'Birth of Paradise' film in the Theatrette which presents the history and rich culture of one of Australia’s most renowned playgrounds – highly recommended!
Is there a restaurant at SkyPoint?
At SkyPoint we have a fully functioning kitchen delivering casual dining café style food at Seventy7 Cafe + Bar. Breakfast starts at 7:30am daily and includes both a hot buffet and a la carte options. Seventy7 Cafe + Bar serves a delicious all day dining menu starting from 11am daily including, traditional Caesar Salad, Seventy7 Burger, delicious fish and chips, share platters, High Tea, and cakes / slices. Seventy7 Cafe + Bar also delivers all your favourite alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages including a number of craft beers as well as a great cocktail menu.
Try of signature Cocktail – The ‘Mile High’.
Is SkyPoint open air?
No, the custom designed viewing deck is fully enclosed by floor to ceiling glass panels, featuring a glass ceiling around the majority of the Observation Deck.
Are SkyPoint Souvenirs available for purchase?
Yes, souvenirs can be purchased from the store at the entry to SkyPoint. Souvenirs for the SkyPoint Climb can also be purchased from Mission Control.
Is SkyPoint for all ages?
Yes, SkyPoint is for all ages young and old, however after 8pm on Friday and Saturday night’s entry is not permitted for persons under the age of 18 years.
When did SkyPoint open?
SkyPoint was formerly known as QDeck and opened in December 2005. The launch of the name change to SkyPoint took place on Tuesday 14th December 2010. The SkyPoint Climb opened in January 2012.
Can I still complete the SkyPoint Climb if I have a fear of heights?
Most people experience a degree of natural fear when exposed to heights, but when seen to conquer their concern, they are met with a rush of enthusiasm and confidence!
SkyPoint Climb is the perfect escape for overcoming any barrier you may have to heights. Once you have challenged the steps and successfully made your way to the peak of the Climb - looking out and admiring the breathtaking views of the Gold Coast, you will be left with the feeling of complete euphoria, ready to take on the world
SkyPoint Climb is completely safe, and with the guidance of an inner hand rail and all the necessary safety equipment – including a harness and static fall arrest line, you can comfortably focus on the view before you.
An extreme fear of heights should be disclosed in your Climber Disclosure and brought to the attention of your Climb Leader on the day of your Climb. Our Climb Leaders have received training to assist them in supporting Climbers who have a Fear of Heights.
Please note that persons who suffer from medically diagnosed Acrophobia are not permitted to Climb.
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