Cockatoo Island

Just a short ferry ride away from the Drummoyne wharf, Cockatoo Island sits within the beautiful Sydney Harbour

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES | APRIL 2018

A number of important construction milestones have been achieved since we last sent out an update. Firstly, the

THE LAUGHING KOOKABURRA

Anyone driving along Victoria Road from the city could not have missed the new Laughing Kookaburra mural that

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES | JAN 2018

Just before Christmas, the builder, developer and the entire project team held a ‘topping out’ ceremony. The topping

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES | OCT 2017

Driving down Victoria Road you get a good feel of the scale of the Tempo building. The dimensions of the site would easily be big enough for a full sized football match to be played with room for spectators. The two basement levels have had 45,000m3 of sandstone excavated and the basement construction is now

The Bay Run Challenge

Just down the road from Tempo is the glorious BayRun. This year’s fun run is being held on

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE | JULY 2017

There has been a remarkable change to the Tempo site with the first floor of the building now visible from the street. This follows on from the excavation of the basement levels and construction all of the underground car parking area, storage cages, bike racks and other areas like the garbage rooms and building plant

Bowen Island Bakery

All the freshest baked goods come from your local bakery. A short stroll from your new apartments you’ll find steaming hot cross buns, crusty fresh bread and some gourmet treats for you and the family. Their passionate founder, David Cummings, is working from family recipes brought back from the French Alps and began by selling fresh

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE | APRIL 2017

If you have been anywhere near Drummoyne in the last little while you could not have missed the tower crane that dominates the skyline.  When pointing straight up, the tip of the crane is some 100m and the crane driver assures us that the view is spectacular.  The size of the crane is critical to