Built into a steep hillside above Greenmount Beach, the simple yet distinct shape of this multi-storey resort has become a Gold Coast landmark for the past 40 years.

In contrast to the ubiquitous Gold Coast high rises, the extruded triangle form – one of the strongest geometric forms – creates a perfectly balanced construction.

Greenmount Beach Resort was the first major residential complex built at the southern end of the Gold Coast.
It replaced the original timber guest houses of the late 19th and early 20th Century that first enticed tourists to the Gold Coast’s lifestyle of sun, sand and surf.