SkyPoint Observation Deck offers panoramic views of the Gold Coast, located atop Australia’s tallest building, the Q1 in Surfers Paradise.
SkyPoint’s unique vantage point lets you take in the city skyline from one location at Gold Coast’s highest Bistro+Bar, sitting 77 levels up!
SkyPoint Climb is Australia’s highest external building climb experience and takes guests to a height of 270 metres above the Gold Coast, providing climbers with a thrill like no other.
You can find detailed accessibility information through the SkyPoint Website
You can find more details on Gold Coast Accessible Visitor Guide
While we are on a high, you must book in one afternoon for SkyTea in on the SkyPoint Observation deck on the 77th floor of the Q1, the Gold Coasts tallest residential building. Here you’ll indulge in delicious treats, sip on tea or bubbles and soak in the most spectacular sunsets you’ll ever see.
Accessibility informationGeneral accessibility features:
General accessibility information:
- Accessible booking options (eg online or phone or email)
- Disabled parking access
- Accessibility aware and friendly staff
From the SkyPoint Website
SkyPoint is fully accessible by wheelchair.
Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program
SkyPoint is so proud to have adopted the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower program to help support and raise awareness of those living with a hidden disability. This means that those with a disability that may not be obvious on the outside can wear a Sunflower lanyard or wristband to make their disability visible to our team while at SkyPoint
50 complimentary visitor car parks are available in the underground carpark below the Q1 Building (subject to availability).
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 driveway just after the resort drop-off area.
The car park is 2.2 metres high.
The car park is for use only for the 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.Other accessibility information:
SkyPoint Climb is the must-do Gold Coast adventure; an awe-inspiring, open-air climb atop one of Queensland's most iconic landmarks, the Q1 Resort Building. Imagine you're standing on a platform 270 metres above sea level, fully immersed in the stunning views of golden sands, lush, tropical mountains and the Gold Coast's cityscape at your feet...
You'll find all the information to prepare for the SkyPoint Climb here including the Health & Medical Restrictions.
All people considering participation in SkyPoint Climb must consider their physical and psychological ability to safely complete the Climb without endangering themselves or anyone else participating in a Climb. SkyPoint is very supportive of all customers wanting to participate in a Climb, however please be aware that we reserve the right to decline participation at our sole discretion.
To participate successfully generally requires;
- The ability to Climb independently without the support of another and without the support of walking aids
- A moderate level of fitness and strength with the ability to traverse inclines of between 30 and 65 degrees for approximately 110 metres at a slow to medium paced walk
- Full body control with good hand-eye-foot coordination
SkyPoint Climb does not allow customers to participate in the Climb if they:
- Under 130 centimetres in height
- Weigh in excess of 136 kilograms fully clothed
- Are greater than 20 weeks pregnant (under 20 weeks pregnant requires a Medical Clearance Certificate)
- Suffer from Broken Bones or severely Impaired Limbs
- Have recently undergone Surgery or have been under the effect of Sedatives or General Anaesthesia within the last 48 hours
- A limb, joint or back injury or broken bone that currently affects fitness, strength or ability to climb independently
- Suffer from Vertigo, Dizziness or Balance problems
- Suffer from a Heart or Cardiovascular condition that has been diagnosed within the last 6 weeks or for which the customer is not following a medical practitioner's Medical Condition Management Plan
- Suffer from Chest Pain or Shortness of Breath
- Suffer from Epilepsy and are within 6 months of having been diagnosed
- Have suffered a Fit, Seizure, or Fainting Episode in the past 6 months
- If diagnosed with Epilepsy over 6 months ago, with no seizures in the past 6 months, a Medical Clearance Certificate is required to permit SkyPoint Climb participation.
- Have suffered from Syncope or Blackouts in the last 12 months
- Suffer from Acrophobia (true fear of heights)
- Register a blood-alcohol reading of 0.05% or higher during the compulsory breath test
- Are considered by SkyPoint staff to be under the influence of substances or drugs (whether prescription or not)
SkyPoint Climb advises that the following conditions may also prevent any person from safely participating in the Climb experience. If any of these do, or could possibly apply to you, you should seek advice and clearance from a medical practitioner before booking a climb:
- All Heart or Cardiovascular conditions (including high or low blood pressure)
- All Respiratory Conditions
- Back, Limb or Joint Injuries or conditions impacting stair climbing ability
- Visual impairment (other than those who wear prescription glasses or contact lenses)
- Learning Conditions
- Sleep Conditions
- Kidney or Renal Condition
- Neurological Conditions
- Acute Gastrointestinal problem
- Any other medical condition or health concern which may affect or cause you to doubt your fitness, strength or ability to complete the Climb independently.
Climbers who suffer from Diabetes, a life-threatening or debilitating Allergy or any other Medical Condition that requires management, will be required to provide details of a Management Plan for their specific condition to ensure that they will be capable of safely completing the Climb.