SKYPOINT'S 'CHRISTMAS IN THE CLOUDS' TAKING CORPORATE FUNCTIONS TO NEW HEIGHTS

SKYPOINT'S 'CHRISTMAS IN THE CLOUDS' TAKING CORPORATE FUNCTIONS TO NEW HEIGHTS

JOURNEY to the highest point on the Gold Coast and celebrate the festive season in style at SkyPoint's Christmas in the Clouds at the top of Q1.

You will enjoy stunning 360-degree views of the bright lights of the Gold Coast alongside the endless stretch of golden sand beaches.

The evening will include live entertainment from local artists and a feast of Christmas favourites including a buffet dinner and 4.5-hour drinks package for $160 per person.

The menu features fresh seafood, salads, roasted favourites and a selection of sweet treats.

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This article was written in partnership with Skypoint as part of Business News Australia's 2017 Corporate Christmas feature.

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