List of tallest buildings in Oceania

This is a list of the tallest buildings in Oceania[1] which measures all buildings to the highest architectural detail.

The tallest building is the Q1, Gold Coast at 322.5m

Tallest buildings

This list ranks buildings in Oceania that stand at least 150 m (492 ft) tall, based on CTBUH height measurement standards. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings.

  Was the tallest building in Oceania upon completion
Rank Name Image City Country or Territory Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Notes Ref
1 Q1Gold Coast Australia323 m (1058 ft)782005Tallest building in Oceania. Second tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere.
2 Australia 108Melbourne Australia316.7 m (1039 ft)1002020Tallest building in Oceania by roof height. Topped-out in November 2019.[2]
3 Eureka TowerMelbourne Australia297 m (974.4 ft)912006
4 Aurora Melbourne CentralMelbourne Australia271 m (889.1 ft)922019
5 Brisbane SkytowerBrisbane Australia270 m (886 ft)902019Tallest building in Brisbane.
6 120 Collins StreetMelbourne Australia265 m (869.4 ft)521991Tallest office building in Oceania.
7 101 Collins StreetMelbourne Australia260 m (853 ft)501991
8 1 William StreetBrisbane Australia260 m (853 ft)462016Tallest office building in Brisbane. Nicknamed 'The Tower of Power'.
9 Prima PearlMelbourne Australia254 m (833.3 ft)722014
10 Rialto TowersMelbourne Australia251 m (823.4 ft)631986
11 Infinity TowerBrisbane Australia249 m (816.9 ft)812013
12 Central ParkPerth Australia249 m (816.9 ft)511992Tallest building in Western Australia.
13= Chifley TowerSydney Australia244 m (800.5 ft)531992
13= City SquarePerth Australia244 m (800.5 ft)462011Also known as BHP City Square
14= SoulGold Coast Australia243 m (797.2 ft)772012
14= SoleilBrisbane Australia243 m (797.2 ft)742011
14= Citigroup CentreSydney Australia243 m (797.2 ft)502000
18 Victoria OneMelbourne Australia241 m (790.6ft)752018[3]
19 Deutsche Bank PlaceSydney Australia239 m (784.1 ft)392005160 m to roof
20 Swanston CentralMelbourne Australia236.7 m (776.6 ft)712019Topped-out. [4]
21 World TowerSydney Australia230 m (754.5 ft)732004
22 Vision ApartmentsMelbourne Australia229 m (751.2 ft)702016[5]
23 MLC CentreSydney Australia228 m (748 ft)601977
24 Governor Phillip TowerSydney Australia227 m (744.7 ft)541993
25 Bourke PlaceMelbourne Australia224 m (734.9 ft)491991
26 Ernst & Young Tower at LatitudeSydney Australia222 m (728.3 ft)452004
27 Circle on Cavill - North TowerGold Coast Australia220 m (721.7 ft)702007
28 Aurora PlaceSydney Australia219 m (718.5 ft)412001
29 Telstra Corporate CentreMelbourne Australia218 m (715.2 ft)471992
30 International Tower 1Sydney Australia217 m (711.9 ft)492016Also known as International Tower C3
31 108 St Georges TerracePerth Australia214 m (702.1 ft)501988
32 The Tower at Melbourne CentralMelbourne Australia211 m (692.2 ft)541991
33 Aurora TowerBrisbane Australia207 m (679.1 ft)692006
34 Freshwater PlaceMelbourne Australia205 m (672.5 ft)632005
35 Riparian PlazaBrisbane Australia200 m (656.1 ft)532005
36= One One One Eagle StreetBrisbane Australia195 m (639.7ft)502011
36= ANZ Bank CentreSydney Australia195 m (639.7 ft)462013
38 Hilton Surfers HotelGold Coast Australia194 m (636.4 ft)572011
39= Abode318Melbourne Australia188 m (616.7 ft)572014
40= AMP CentreSydney Australia188 m (616.7 ft)451976
41 Suncorp PlaceSydney Australia186 m (610.2 ft)481982
42 Sofitel Hotel - Collins PlaceMelbourne Australia185 m (606.9 ft)501981
43 PwC TowerAuckland New Zealand180.1 m (591 ft)412020Topped-out. Tallest building in New Zealand.[6]
44 Vero CentreAuckland New Zealand170 m (558 ft)382000Tallest building in New Zealand from 2000 to 2019.[7]
45 QV1 TowerPerth Australia162.6 m (533 ft)381991[8]
46 The Ascott MetropolisAuckland New Zealand155 m (509 ft)391999[9]

Tallest buildings approved or under construction

This list includes buildings that are under construction in Oceania that are planned to rise at least 130m. Not all buildings are listed.

Name City Country or Territory Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes Ref
One BarangarooSydney Australia271.3 m (890 ft)702021Construction started in 2016.[10]
30 Albert StreetBrisbane Australia270.4 m (887 ft)91-Approved[11]
505 George StreetSydney Australia270.4 m (887 ft)80-Proposed in 2014. If approved, construction would start in 2021 and be completed by 2024.[12][13]
West Side Place Tower 1Melbourne Australia268.7 m (881.6 ft)812022Construction started in 2017.[14]
No. 1 BrisbaneBrisbane Australia262 m (860. ft)82-Approved[15]
One Sydney Harbour Tower 1Sydney Australia247 m (810.3ft)70UnknownConstruction started in 2019.[16]
Greenland Centre SydneySydney Australia245 m (803.8 ft)662020Construction started in 2017.[17]
West Side Place Tower 4Melbourne Australia240 m (787 ft)722022Approved[18]
West Side Place Tower 3Melbourne Australia235 m (771 ft)702022Approved[19]
8 Parramatta SquareParramatta Australia230 m (755 ft)552021Construction started in 2019.[20]
West Side Place Tower 2Melbourne Australia211 m (692 ft)652022Construction started in 2017.[21]
NDG Auckland CentreAuckland New Zealand209 m (685.9ft)522023-2024Approved. As of October 2019, construction has not yet started. When built, it would be the tallest skyscraper in New Zealand.[22][23][24]

See also

References

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