Map showing Platinum Nightclub

Phone: (07) 5592 4433

Suitable for Ages: Adults

Since opening its doors in 2004, Platinum Nightclub has become an unrivalled symbol on the Australian club scene – and known worldwide as a recognisable club brand … Platinum Nightclub has set the bench mark for hosting events with a strict up-front music policy and delivering only A-Class DJ’s.
Platinum Nightclub has welcomed some of the world’s biggest artists, including Benny Benassi, Jesse Rose, Fedde Le Grand, Block Party, Carl Cox, Roger Sanchez, Paul Van Dyke, Judge Jules, Crookers, Malente, Fragma, TV Rock, Laidback Luke, Sidney Samson, Kaskade, Adam K, Axwell, Delicious DJs, Ian Carey, Michael Woods, Micky Slim, Sarah Main, Felix Da Housecat, Freestylers, Juan Kidd, JONA, Dabruck + Klein, Kissy Sell Out, Hoxton Whores, Sander Kleinenberg, John Acquaviva, Mylo, Bodyrockers, Nic Fanciulli, D.I.M., Sebastian & Kavinsky, Stonebridge, Booka Shade, Surkin, Tocadisco, Utah Saints and Larry Tee, Prok & Fitch, Desyn Masiello, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Afrojack just to name a few.
Platinum nightclub invites you to feel the vibe of the Gold Coast’s most popular super-club.

:: Green Room ::
The Green Room is often described as the real party within the party, supplying Platinum with it’s underground hub of tech driven bouncy tunes for those patrons are keen to mix and mingle with friends at ease. The exclusitivity of the room that sits inside the heart of Platinum is a comfortable alternative to the Platinum Main Room with it’s intimate setting, combining laid back with luxury. The Pure atmosphere stands alone with it’s unique blend of tunes and it is Platinum’s own unique way of introducing the world’s platform of musical talent to a developing Gold Coast crowd.
TECH – WHAT?
As a mixing style, tech-house often brings together deep or minimal techno music, the soulful and jazzy end of house, some minimal techno and microhouse (especially with a soulful feel), and very often some dub elements. Tech-house fans tend to appreciate subtlety, as well as the “middle ground” that adds a “splash of color to steel techno beats” and eschews the “banging” of house music for intricate rhythms.
Tech-house