To all you sock lovers - pull your socks up and sit down because we’re about to announce something exciting!
You may be aware that in June we ran a Happy Socks competition to find out just how many sock enthusiasts we had right here at Collins Square. We were delighted to discover over 200 of you are walking around in your colourful and quirky patterned socks!
The Association of Sculptors of Victoria is coming to Collins Square this winter, so ditch those lunch plans in the cold and replace it with a stroll through our warm and cosy lobbies where a carefully curated exhibition of some 60 sculptors will be on display.
Ahead of the Collins Square exhibition that will run from Monday 29 July – Friday 16 August, we’ve done some research into our sculptors who are currently crafting the masterpieces that will soon grace our corridors.
This Friday night’s coming in hot with the launch of Docklands’ 2019 Firelight Festival to lead us into the weekend!
If you’re planning on making your way down to Victoria Harbour after work to enjoy the happenings, why not kick it off first with some epic mulled wine at Bar Nacional or Hightail Bar’s famous mulled cider to warm your belly on your way out the door.
We have partnered with Cancer Council Victoria to deliver improved initiatives around two of the organisations major campaigns, Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea and Daffodil Day.
This partnership means we will receive active support from Cancer Council Victoria in the delivery of the two campaigns providing a richer experience and opportunity for the corporate community to support and contribute to the worthy cause.
Meet Miei Fiori – our newest retailer at Collins Square!
Miei Fiori (Italian for “My Flowers”) recently celebrated the grand opening of its beautiful floral concept store at the Village Street undercroft.
Regular diner at Collins Square’s retail plaza Katie Falkiner is an exemplar of someone who is doing her bit to contribute to a greener future despite how small her efforts may seem.
With Collins Square being home to some 30 food and beverage vendors, Katie approached us to discuss possible sustainable practices around take-away food.