SkyPoint Climb takes place on the top of the Q1 building in Surfers Paradise and at 270 metres in the air, it is one of Australia's highest external building walks. Starting on level 77 of SkyPoint Observation Deck, Climbers will enter the open air dressed in a full body suit and harness. Following their Climb guide, participants will then traverse up towards the crow's nest located at the highest point of the Climb at around 270 metres above the ground. Regular stops will be taken to admire the stunning 360 degree views of the Gold Coast region including the golden beaches, city skyline and lush green hinterland. Climbers will then descend to level 77.
Altogether the experience takes approximately 90 minutes including a briefing session and the time on the Climb course.
Wow, Ooh, Ahh and Brilliant are the words you hear as visitors view the incredible beauty of the Milky Way Galaxy through powerful Meade telescopes.
Charleville's Cosmos Centre is dedicated to ensuring visitors enjoy the wonder of the outback night sky. The guides share their knowledge and allow you to observe binary stars, star clusters, planets and the Moon.
Ask yourself have you ever:- Seen the rings of Saturn, Viewed star clusters 17,000 light years away, Seen the craters on the Moon, Wondered about dwarf planets or seen the sun through a telescope?
During the day why not look at the only star in the sky, the sun! Their special solar scope allows you to see the solar flares.
It's fun, it's interesting and well worth a trip to the dark open skies of Queensland's Outback. Offering day and night experiences, it’s time to book now....
Discover the secrets of the universe at the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium!
The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium is one of Brisbane City Council’s key leisure venues for all ages to enjoy. Located within the Mt Coot-tha leisure and adventure precinct, the Planetarium is just five kilometres from the Brisbane Central Business District.
Officially opened on 24 May 1978 by Brisbane City Council, the Planetarium is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2018. Over the past 40 years, the Planetarium has welcomed more than two million visitors and continues to be a must-visit destination for residents and visitors.
Take a tour through the galaxy in the Planetarium’s Cosmic Skydome. There is a range of shows available, anything from cute animated features for younger kids, to interesting entertaining features on a wide range of subjects for older kids and adults.
Get up close to incredible artefacts including asteroid fragments that are more than 4.5 billion years old, spacecraft models and one of the world’s best replicas of Neil Armstrong’s lunar spacesuit. The Planetarium is also now home to Skylore, a permanent display of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Astronomy.