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Exploring Sorrento

Sorrento is a neighborhood within Bundall, located to the west of Surfers Paradise. One of the many attractions here is SkyPoint Observation Deck, where visitors enjoy a 360 degree view of Gold Coast, 270 meters above the ground. This and other attractions are all well within reach of Sorrento, Gold Coast, whether by public transport or rented vehicles.

Hotels in Sorrento

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Sorrento is the The Bali Hut on the Waters of the Central Gold Coast Apartment 5, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Noord 121 in Sorrento as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Sorrento

- SkyPoint Observation Deck

Up to 400 people can simultaneously enjoy the Surfers Paradise view from Australia's only seaside observation deck. The SkyPoint Observation Deck occupies two floors of Q1, Australia's tallest building. From this 230m high standpoint, visitors can clearly see the Pacific Ocean, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast hinterland. For an additional fee, the bravest visitors can make a 90-minute walk around the tower's summit during the SkyPoint Climb.

- Surfer's Paradise Beach

None of the Gold Coast's more than 30 beaches is more iconic than the golden strip which runs nearly five kilometres between the Pacific Ocean and its namesake town. Staying between the yellow and red flags is the best way to remain safe while swimming in the waters. Aside from its legendary surfing, Surfers Paradise hosts beachfront markets boasting over 120 stalls three nights per week as well as several summer beach volleyball tournaments.

Transportation in Sorrento

Gold Coast airport is the main gateway into the region, located 20 km from Surfers Paradise. From there, you can choose to reach the hotels by car, taxi, limousines or bus. Once well within the city, you can explore Gold Coast with motorcycles, boats, vans, cars, ferry, minibuses and even rail services like the Queensland Rail Travel.