Inside this crazy maze.
Infinity, in the Chevron Renaissance Centre, is the latest craze to hit the Gold Coast and is a high-tech version of the old-fashioned maze.
The Chevron is almost a Gold Coast icon, and it has recently been given a complete facelift that has inspired lots of new developments and attractions.
Infinity, in the Chevron Renaissance Centre, is the latest craze to hit the Gold Coast. It was invented by Brisbane designer and astronomer Gregg Thompson, and is the 21st century high-tech version of the old-fashioned maze.
Visitors to Infinity are encouraged to navigate their way through 20 environments that have been cleverly disguised using lights, lasers and mirrors.
The journey can be done in about 20 minutes, but some people have been known to spend hours getting lost in the kaleidoscope of images. The appeal of Infinity to people of all ages has amazed Gregg. Everyone seems to agree that it defies description and just has to be experienced. Even Gregg doesn't try to elaborate what it is all about, but names such as the "Electron Maze", "Light Canyon", "Infinite Kaleidoscope", "Cyclotron" and "Star Chamber" might give you some idea of what's in store.
The environments vary from tranquil, beautiful and relaxing to exciting, intriguing and challenging, so the experience covers a wide range of emotions - but above all, it is fun.
Queensland's Gold Coast.
CostInfinity Gold Coast
costs $16.50 for adults and $9.90 for children. Open every day from 10am-10pm. Group rates are available on request.
Please note prices are valid at time of transmission and to the best of our knowledge are inclusive of GST.
More informationInfinity Gold Coast
Surfers Paradise Boulevard,
Surfers Paradise Qld 4217
Ph: (07) 5538 2988
Fax: (07) 5592 3700