Australia has more skyscrapers per person than any other country in the world with a population greater than five million and was one of the first countries in the world to play host to the skyscraper boom along with the United States and Canada. The vast majority of Australia’s buildings which exceed 150 metres in height are located in the eastern states of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria, with a smaller number in Western Australia. {via Wikipedia}

1 . Q1 (Queensland Number 1)

tallest building in Austrlia

Vital Statistics

Height: 322 m
Floors: 78
Construction started: 2002
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland

2. Eureka Tower

Vital Statistics

Height: 292 m
Floors: 91
Construction started: 2002
Location:  Southbank, Victoria

3. Rialto Towers

Rialto Tpwers

Vital Statistics

Height: 251 m
Floors: 55
Construction started: 1982
Location:  Melbourne, Victoria

4. Infinity Tower

Infinity Tower

Vital Statistics

Height: 249 m
Floors: 81
Construction started: 2009
Location: Brisbane

5.  Prima Pearl

Prima Pearl

Vital Statistics

Height: 244 m
Floors: 72
Construction started: 2009
Location: Southbank, Victoria

6. Soleil

Soleil, Brisbane

Vital Statistics

Height: 243 m
Floors: 74
Construction started: 2009
Location: Brisbane

7. Citigroup Centre

Vital Statistics

Height: 243 m
Floors: 50
Construction started: 1998
Location: Sydney

8. Deutsche Bank Place

Vital Statistics

Height: 240 m
Floors: 39
Construction started: 2002
Location: Sydney

9. Brookefield Place

Vital Statistics

Height: 234 m
Floors: 45
Construction started: 2008
Location: Perth, Western Australia

10. World Tower

World Tower

Vital Statistics

Height: 230 m
Floors: 75
Construction started: 2001
Location: Sydney

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