December – Docklands Owners Corporation Network – A conversation with MMHN

The Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network spoke about their propoal for a Maritime Experience Centre Melbourne: “Maritime ACMI”.

August – Repair Cafe – for toys that needed some TLC

July – Docklands Owners Corporation Network

This session focused on Security in High-Rise Residential Buildings and was open to all Docklands OC Committee members.
The session presented different perspectives of high-rise security with the aim of OCCs better appreciating the many different elements that require attention. Our presenters included representatives from Victoria Police, CrownLand Security and Strata Title Lawyers.

Docklands News Article:

July – Docklands Repair Cafe

As reported by Docklands News:
“From volunteers with abilities in electronic and mechanical repairs to a local with a long-lasting love of sewing and mending, the Repair Cafe started off strong with locals who gave up their day to support their neighbours who came in.

One repairer worked extensively to help an elderly gentleman with a broken handbrake on his walker that was stopping him from keeping active. The gentleman watched on as his son and the repairer collaborated to ensure he walked away no longer hesitant when it came to steep hills on his walks.”

June – Docklands Owners Corporation Network – A conversation with Development Victoria
OC Chairpersons from DOCN had a roundtable discussion on current issues with Development Victoria.

March – Docklands Owners Corporation Network Launch
Launched by the Lord Mayor Sally Capp, the Docklands Owners Corporation Network (DOCN) met on Wednesday 30th March. Representatives from 17 Docklands residential buildings enjoyed the hospitality of The Quays Apartments, sharing opinions on local issues and hearing from Victoria Police on the new neighborhood policing model.

Collage of DOCN Launch Photos


February – Repair Cafe
The DRG started the year by supporting a local Repair Cafe as part of the Sustainable Living Festival. Staffed by volunteers, Docklanders brought an array of damaged items to be given a 2nd life.

We hope the repair cafe will become a regular feature in Docklands!