Visited by over ten million tourists annually, the Gold Coast in the heart of Queensland, Australia, is also a major film production centre in the state. The reputation of the city with regard to recreational activities such as boating, golf and surfing as well as the hosting of a number of high profile racing events such as the Gold Coast 600 has only served to increase its international profile while also increasing the demand for luxurious accommodation such as that offered by Australis Sovereign Hotel.
For those visiting Gold Coast, a wonderful starting point could be the SkyPoint Observation Deck. This attraction is usually fairly convenient to access given its fame and a simple inquiry from your Gold Coast Hotel Australia as to the public transport in the area, should have you at the SkyPoint Observation Deck within half an hour.
This Observation Deck is operated by Ardent Leisure and stands at a stunning 230m above sea level while the top of the tower is at 270m. While the Deck itself is found on Levels 77 and 78, these levels are complete with lounge bars for those who wish to enjoy the spectacular view while sipping a beverage, as well as a Museum. This particular attraction offers even locals a special opportunity for this is the only Observation Deck located close to the beach. While the Levels are able to accommodate up to four hundred persons at any given time, the more adventurous patrons can also choose to experience the SkyPoint Climb.
The SkyPoint Climb provides patrons with the opportunity to walk outside the building up to the top of the tower while being securely harnessed. While this particular endeavour takes around one and a half hours to complete, it provides both an adrenaline rush as well as an awe-inspiring feeling.
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