A Vegas-style rooftop beach club is coming to the Gold Coast!

Get ready to spend your Summer sipping margaritas while lounging back on a VIP pool cabana, because the Gold Coast is getting it’s very own rooftop beach club.

Photos of the luxurious new mega lifestyle and entertainment precinct would have you thinking it was something out of Las Vegas or Bali, but the 5000 square metre rooftop venue is being constructed right on our very own doorstep.

Dubbed Cali Beach Club, the brand-new entertainment destination will be based in the heart of Surfers Paradise, on the corner of Surfers Paradise Blvd and Elkhorn Avenue.


Artesian Hospitality, the local operator behind the beach club, have described the precinct as “unlike any other venue in Australia”.

“The Gold Coast will soon boast a slick, sophisticated and sassy new playground capturing all the best features of our unique city,” the company said in a statement.

“Luxe poolside cabanas, a world class restaurant and multiple premium dining outlets, multiple bars, sports facilities and even an outdoor cinema.”

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Artesian Hospitality managing partner Matthew Keegan said the venture marks “the start of something special for entertainment offerings of its kind in Queensland, and Australia in general.”

“Our aim is to deliver a luxury hospitality experience that will surpass anything currently available in Australia and I am totally confident in announcing today that we will achieve that aim,” he said.

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The epic new rooftop beach club is scheduled to open in early 2021 and will feature a volleyball court, fine dining restaurants with ocean views, four luxury pools, endless sunlounges and daybeds, multiple bars, an exercise area and a beachside outdoor cinema.

“This is exactly what Surfers Paradise, and our city needs,” Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said.

“I applaud the team behind this development as it will be a beacon for locals and visitors.

“I look forward to seeing the evolution of Cali Beach Club into one of those must-visit destinations year-round.”