Dawn Yoga is a resident initiative held weekly on Level 52 and is promoted by
Eureka Tower and its residents.
This yoga class allows like-minded residents in the building to come together and
enjoy a session of yoga on Level 52. This is an extremely peaceful venue where you
can watch the sun rise to the mindful movement and breath of yoga.
Caroline Giles, an experienced Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist, has been
teaching our class for over two years and her focus is on your flexibility and strength
whilst focusing your mind. This is a multi-level class suitable for beginners and
Those attending, as well as building management, would like to see this event
continue, as it has been praised by residents as a great start to the morning and a
wonderful way to keep fit and learn to relax.
If you are new to the building and/or have had this on your ‘to do list’ for some time,please contact Caroline directly on 0407 542 169 or email email@example.com
Yoga classes take place every Wednesday at 6:15 am
For security reasons, bookings are essential.
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Drop off at Concierge
Fax: 03 9696 7559
Post: Attn: Antoinette Hall, Eureka Tower 7 Riverside Quay Southbank VIC 3006
Dear Owners, Residents and Agents,
RE: HOT & COLD WATER METER PROJECT – INSTALLATION PROCESS
The new hot water meters are due to arrive at Eureka Tower in a week.
The installation process must be carried out in a sequential manner to ensure it occurs promptly and with minimum disruption to all residents and contractors. Please note the following:
- Installation of the new hot water meters and electronic equipment for automated reading will commence 10/8/15 starting from Level 11 and going up the building.
- Residents and/or Agents will be contacted by our Concierge team to advise of the scheduled day/s. A minimum of Seven (7) days notice will be provided.
- A 2 day window is required for scheduling – apologies but some installations will be more difficult than others and we need to allow for the differences in installations.
- Scheduling will occur on a weekly basis to allow for scheduling adjustments.
- Hours of installation are between 7am and 3pm. Monday to Friday. An actual time cannot be provided.If you cannot be home at your scheduled day/s – you MUST leave a key at Concierge – otherwise you will be charged a call out fee of $80 + GST for a plumber to come out again to do the work.
- Installation and commissioning will occur all at the one time – so access only once is required.
- The meters are in your roof space near the front door. Access to this area and the closest water tap for testing and commissioning is required.
- Billing is not due to occur until December 2015 – we will keep you posted on this.
We hope you understand the complexities associated with ensuring the project occurs in a sequential manner and we appreciate you all doing your best to allow this to occur.
We will also continue to communicate with you as we go, so you know what floors we are up to from time
Our Concierge team will be fully engaged with the process. Please contact our Chief Concierge, Gareth Coleman on 9685 0188 or firstname.lastname@example.org for all queries relating to this matter.
As mentioned above, this is a very big task and in advance we thank you all for your cooperation.
Eureka Tower – PS437659C
Extreme gardening is taking place on the 92nd floor of the Eureka Tower!
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We have been advised by Mirvac who are undertaking the works across the road at 2 Riverside Quay that they will be providing a community newsletter on a regular basis to keep local residents up to date with the works taking place.
Please click on the links below for these newsletter updates.
Please click on the link below for further information on the plans for 2 Riverside Quay
The new Eureka Tower residents website is here. The new website aims at giving all our residents, easy access to all information regarding all aspects of living at Eureka. The new website is responsive ensuring access to the website on all devices and screen sizes.
A biological experiment that aims to measure the viability of air plants at skyscraper heights is taking place atop Melbourne’s Eureka Tower.
Ecological artist Lloyd Godman is conducting the experiment, which sees a series of Tillandsia plants housed in cages installed on levels 56, 65, 91 and 92 of the 297- metre tall tower.
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