List Of Tallest Buildings In Brisbane
This is a list of the tallest buildings in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Brisbane has over 50 skyscrapers with a height greater than 100 metres, the third greatest number of any city in Oceania (behind Sydney and Melbourne). There are no height limits for buildings in the CBD, however approval must be granted by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority for buildings over 300 metres above sea level. At 243 metres, Soleil is the tallest building in Brisbane, although in 2013 it is to be overtaken by the 249 metre Infinity, which is now under construction.
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