Gold Coast by night, 270m up
FOR the first time, adventure-seekers can see a night-time spectacle from the highest vantage point on the Gold Coast.
SkyPoint, at the top of the Q1 building in Surfers Paradise, one of Australia’s tallest residential buildings, launched night climbs yesterday – just in time for the Queensland school holidays.
Climbers will reach a height of 270m above sea level, ascending and descending a total of 298 stairs in the dark, while admiring the views.
Experienced climb leaders will take climbers on the 90-minute journey from Australia’s only beachside observation deck – SkyPoint – to the summit where they will enjoy uninterrupted 360-degree views of the Gold Coast in the open air.
SkyPoint executive general manager Paul Callander said the night climbs were a unique way to see the Gold Coast after the sun goes down with a little adrenaline rush added in.
He said the night climb was a great way for to experience the Gold Coast. The night climbs will be held every day during the Queensland school holidays.
◗ DETAILS: skypoint.com.au