The man accused of murdering Kiwi woman Warriena Wright during a Tinder date on the Gold Coast has arrived in court to await the jury's verdict.

Gable Tostee, 30, was charged with murder after Wright, from Wellington and in Australia for a friend's wedding, plunged from his 14th floor balcony during a date in August 2014.

The pair had met for the first time that night but had been communicating for a week after connecting on dating app Tinder.

Tostee has pleaded not guilty.


After a trial in the Brisbane Supreme Court the jury were sent to deliberate.

They have returned to court with questions for the judge on several occasions.

They are about to be sent out for their fourth day of deliberations.

Tostee arrived at court shortly before 12.30pm New Zealand time, flanked by his legal team and supporters.