AMP Place, Brisbane

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AMP Centre
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AMP Place
General information
Status Complete
Type office
Location 10 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Coordinates 27°28′9.50″S 153°1′47.50″E / 27.4693056°S 153.0298611°E / -27.4693056; 153.0298611Coordinates: 27°28′9.50″S 153°1′47.50″E / 27.4693056°S 153.0298611°E / -27.4693056; 153.0298611
Opening 1977
Roof 135 m (443 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 35
Design and construction
Architect PTW Architects

Officially named the AMP Centre, the AMP Place is a gold-coloured skyscraper located in the heart of the Brisbane central business district in Queensland, Australia. It can be seen from most parts of the city and is known locally as 'The Gold Tower'.

When the skyscraper was completed in 1977, it was Brisbane's tallest building. It consists of 35 floors and is 135 m (443 ft) high.[1] The architects were Peddle Thorp & Walker.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "AMP Centre, Brisbane". Skyscraper Source Media Inc. Retrieved 2009-12-06. 

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