List of tallest buildings on the Gold Coast
These are lists of the tallest buildings on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. In accordance with CTBUH guidelines, heights are measured to the structural height, which includes architectural elements, such as spires, but not communications antennas. Structures are not included.
The Gold Coast is home to Australia's tallest building, Q1, standing at 322.5 metres (1,058 ft). Despite its status as Australia's sixth largest city, the Gold Coast has the fourth-greatest number of skyscrapers in Australia after Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane.
Tallest completed and topped out buildings
Height: R = Roof, P = Pinnacle (top of spire or antenna)
|1||Q1||323 (1059.7 ft)||245 (803.8 ft)||78||2005||Residential|
|2||Soul Surfers Paradise||243 (797.2 ft)||77||2011||Residential|
|3||Circle on Cavill - North Tower||220 (721.7 ft)||70||2007||Residential|
|4||Hilton Surfers Hotel & Residences - Orchid Tower||194 (636.4 ft)||57||2011||Residential|
|5||Sundale Apartments||180 (590.5 ft)||55||2016||Residential|
|6||The Oracle - Beach Tower||165 (541.3 ft)||50||2010||Residential|
|7||Skyline North Tower||158 (518.3 ft)||50||2004||Residential|
|8||Circle on Cavill - South Tower||158 (518.3 ft)||50||2006||Residential|
|9||Skyline Tower||146 (479.0 ft)||40||2006||Residential|
|10||The Grand Mariner||139 (456.0 ft)||43||1992||Residential|
|11||Breakfree Peninsula||137 (449.4 ft)||47||1982||Residential|
|12||The Oracle - Hinterland Tower||135 (442.9 ft)||40||2010||Residential|
|13||Gold Coast International (West Tower)||132 (433.0 ft)||42||1958||Residential|
|14||Air on Broadbeach||131 (429.7 ft)||37||2005||Residential|
|15||Southport Central Tower B||130 (426.5 ft)||40||2007||Residential|
|16||Mantra Suncity||130 (426.5 ft)||42||1999||Residential|
|17||Victoria Tower||123 (403.5 ft)||39||2010||Residential|
|18||Hilton Surfers Hotel & Residences - Boulevard Tower||120 (393.7 ft)||34||2010||Residential|
Proposed, approved and under construction buildings shown
It is noted some of the proposed or under construction buildings on the Gold Coast have been scaled back, gone into receivership or cancelled due to the Global Financial Crisis and lack of finance and investment among other factors on the Gold Coast.
|Imperial City - Tower 1||335 (1099.0 ft)||104||TBA||Mixed||Proposed|
|Orion Towers (Gold Coast)||328 (1076.1 ft)||103||TBA||Residential||Approved|
|Spirit||298 (977.6 ft)||89||2019||Residential||Cancelled|
|Ocean||254 (833.3 ft)||75||2020||Residential||Under Construction|
|Imperial City - Tower 2||85||TBA||Mixed||Proposed|
|Imperial City - Tower 3||75||TBA||Mixed||Proposed|
|Orion North Tower||246 (807.0 ft)||75||TBA||Residential||Approved|
|41 Enderley Ave - Tower 1||221 (725.0 ft)||67||TBA||Residential||Proposed|
|2 - 4 Orchid Ave||217 (711.9 ft)||65||TBA||Mixed||Approved|
|GCI North - Tower 1||194 (636.4 ft)||57||TBA||Residential/Retail||Proposed|
|Thakral Budds Beach - Tower 1||184 (603.6 ft)||44||TBA||Residential||Proposed|
|WaterGlow||183 (600.3 ft)||57||TBA||Mixed||Approved|
|Sanbano||171 (561.0 ft)||51||2017||Residential||Approved|
|Main Place||170 (557.7 ft)||50||TBA||Residential||Proposed|
|Jewel - Tower 2||170 (557.7 ft)||48||2018||Mixed||Topped Out|
|41 Enderley Ave - Tower 2||163 (534.7 ft)||48||TBA||Residential||Proposed|
|River Terrace - Tower 1||TBA||46||TBA||Residential||Approved|
|Jewel - Tower 1||144 (472.4 ft)||41||2018||Mixed||Topped Out|
|Zaha Hadid (Mariner's Cove) tower 1||134 (439.6 ft)||44||TBA||Residential||Proposed|
|Zaha Hadid (Mariner's Cove) tower 2||134 (439.6 ft)||44||TBA||Residential||Proposed|
|GCI North - Tower 2||132 (433.0 ft)||42||TBA||Residential/Retail||Proposed|
|Matrix||131 (429.7 ft)||39||TBA||Residential||Proposed|
|Rhapsody||130 (426.5 ft)||42||TBA||Residential||Finished|
|Jewel - Tower 3||124 (406.8 ft)||35||2018||Mixed||Topped Out|
|River Terrace - Tower 2||TBA||34||TBA||Hotel||Approved|
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- Tallest skyscrapers - Gold Coast City on Emporis