Welcome to Flinders
Welcome to the Dexus community. Explore your new neighbourhood surrounding 189 Flinders Lane and 180 Flinders Street
On behalf of Dexus, we are delighted to welcome you to 180-189 Flinders, Melbourne
This guide provides a summary of the key facilities and services available to make the most of your new workspace, supporting a healthy work-life balance. We are committed to ensuring that your workplace continues to engage and inspire. Our suite of innovative products and services on offer ensures life in a Dexus building is easy and rewarding.
The team at 180-189 Flinders aim to create a feeling of community, with services and facilities designed to deliver the best possible environment. Our dedicated team is on hand to assist with your day-to-day needs. We look forward to welcoming you and showing you around your new space.
Flinders Lane Precinct
With Flinders Lane on your doorstep, some of Melbourne’s best restaurants, favourite bars and hidden gems are just downstairs, surrounded by a tapestry of heritage façades, modern design, fashion and street art.
Coffee and cafes
Get your morning coffee fix and lunchtime bites from these nearby gems.
St Paul's Cathedral, Flinders Lane, 1 min walk away
Tucked under the archways of St Paul’s Cathedral, this boutique little café serves coffee, breakfast and lunch as well as an array of house-made treats.
They are known for fresh produce, friendly service and specialty coffee. The pleasant ambience is surrounded by historical buildings creating the perfect setting for an enjoyable meal or quick coffee stop.
Good 2 Go coffee
Hosier Lane, 1 min walk away
Good 2 Go provides a destination for not just delicious food and coffee, but for good benefits - with all profits going to programs at Youth Projects to provide employment services to disadvantaged young people.
Located around the corner in Melbourne’s famous street art capital Hosier Lane, head over for a morning coffee or lunch time snack. Ask about their Keep Cup discount too! ($3.50 small coffee). Check with venue for more details.
Cnr Flinders Lane and Russell, 1 min walk away
An Italian restaurant and bar, Lello is open from breakfast through to late night, serving handmade pasta, pizza and modern Italian cuisine.
Their pasta is prepared from scratch each day in their kitchen, using a special sprouted, germinated flour to give it lower gluten content and authentic Italian flavour. Dine in for a casual weekday lunch with colleagues.
76 Flinders Lane, 4 min walk away
Axil aims to source, roast and produce the best cup of coffee, travelling the globe to find the best specialty coffee available. The hunt to find the premium coffee is matched with their commitment to maintaining strong environmental and socially responsible practices. Find a cup of this quality coffee at Axil one block up towards Spring St.
Dining to impress
Flinders Lane has quickly become one of Melbourne's go-to destinations for experience dining. Lunch like a boss or dine out to impress at these nearby locations plus many more right on your doorstep.
Flinders Lane, 1 min walk away
Hazel is a pared-back eatery that stretches over the upper two floors of the redbrick Richard Allen Building on Flinders Lane. The curated menu covers five categories: starters, on toast, house-made pasta, proteins and sides. With over 120 bottles, the wine selection has decidedly broad appeal and is backed by a line-up of local brews and cocktails. Each dish is carefully crafted creating deliciously individual dishes which can be matched with an array of beverages.
Flinders Lane, 1 min walk away
Supernormal is an inspired interpretation of Andrew McConnell's favourite Asian eating experiences. Influenced by the cuisine and restaurants of Tokyo, Shanghai, Seoul and Hong Kong, classic dishes are revisited and some new favourites born. The menu is available all day for your enjoyment - a long lunch, a mid-afternoon drink, or a special dinner.
Friday night drinks are just around the corner
Celebrating a team event? There are plenty of options to unwind at the end of a long week. Whether you're after a quiet locale or a bustling cocktail atmosphere, a number of options await at your doorstep, here's just a few.
Hosier Lane, 1 min walk away
Inspired by the Spanish bodegas, Bar Tini's wine list covers diverse regions across Spain as well as an amazing cocktail list and 5 beers on tap, offering some of the best drinks and tapas in the city. They also have two other Spanish inspired venues on Hosier Lane, MoVida and MoVida Next Door, providing a full menu from 5pm for dinner along with plenty of tapas options.
Garden State Hotel
101 Flinders Lane, 3 min walk away
Garden State Hotel is a sprawling four-level wonderland where outside becomes in and new experiences begin. Whether you would like to enjoy a sit down meal in the Garden Grill, a signature cocktail with a friends in the Rose Garden, or a drink under the ficus trees in our sprawling indoor Beer Garden, Garden State Hotel has you covered.
187 Flinders Lane, 1 min walk away
This flashy, boutique dessert inspired hotel provides plush, contemporary rooms and suites and a rooftop pool deck. Also located in the iconic hotel is Om Nom Kitchen, which serves up whimsical and theatrical desserts, cocktails, alongside a delectable savoury menu, not to mention a chic cocktail bar.
Daily errands and wellbeing services are sorted
Need a dry-cleaner? Pharmacy? Or looking for the nearest gym? Everyone has daily errands they need to complete in and around the working day. Here's a selection of some essential services available to you located within a short walk.
175 Flinders Lane, 1 min walk away
Barre Body offers the perfect suite of classes for everybody, with a focus on mindful movement. Choose from a range of Barre, Yoga, Power Pilates, Cardio, and Stretch classes to customise the perfect program for you. Ask about their one month intro pass.
367 Collins Street, 8 min walk away
A 24-hour gym where all new members receive 3 complimentary sessions with a personal trainer, free classes and a free evolt 360 body scan. Features include an app to help set and track personal goals. Ask venue for more details.
Explore a myriad of laneways in Flinders Quarter
The home of Melbourne’s original rag trade, Flinders Quarter has a colourful and fascinating history as the original home of Melbourne’s creative and entrepreneurial community. Fast forward to today and the legacy remains, with the neighbourhood home to long standing independent small businesses, art galleries, Melbourne made and design boutique stores, vertical shopping above and below ground, and of course a mecca for the city’s thriving coffee and dining culture with hole-in-the-wall cafes, eateries, bars and some of the city’s best restaurants.
Flinders Quarter encompasses the area between Flinders and Collins Streets, Swanston and Elizabeth Streets, including some of Melbourne's most iconic laneways, heritage arcades and buildings. Take a stroll over Swanston Street on your lunch break, and explore.
Flinders Street * Campbell Arcade * Degraves Street * Flinders Lane * Centre Place * Centreway Arcade * Manchester Lane * Scott Alley * Cathedral Arcade * Nicholas Building
180-189 Flinders is ideally serviced by public transport from all directions.
Train: Melbourne's busiest and most central train station Flinders Street Station is only a 2 min walk away
Tram: nearest tram services stop on Flinders Street just outside Flinders Street Station, and on Swanston Street at Federation Square
Taxis: can be found on Flinders Street and Swanston Street one block away.
Building and facilities
Access is controlled throughout 189 Flinders Lane by an electronic security access control system. All common areas operate in secure mode outside of normal operating hours. Out of hours, all customers are required to carry a security access card or an approved mobile device when entering or exiting the office tower. We recommend that building occupants carry an access pass or approved mobile device at all times as a means of precaution.
CCTV is installed and records footage in various areas of the buildings. Should it be required, the security team will review CCTV footage and provide to relevant authorities. In case of an emergency, always contact ‘000’ before building security.
The office buildings are open Monday - Friday from 8am-6pm every day of the year, excluding public holidays. If you require specific out of hours access, please contact our Property Manager to discuss your requirements.
There is convenient paid parking accessible via Flinders Street and Flinders Lane. Wilson have approximately 850 car bays in this car park, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Casual and Early Bird parking are available per rates displayed on the day. All parking is subject to availability.
Leasing a bay
Mail, couriers and deliveries
Arrangements must be made directly with Australia Post for mail delivery. Should you wish to have your floor on access control during business hours, we recommend that all paper mail be delivered to your own PO/GPO box. Courier deliveries can be made directly to your floor, however please ensure the courier is equipped with all relevant information to access your floor.
189 Flinders Lane is focused on minimising waste, increasing energy efficiency and lessening its broader environmental impact to ensure businesses in our building can work in a sustainable workplace. A sustainable initiative has been implemented across the building, managing co-mingled (glass, cans, plastics) and e-waste recycling steams. We would be pleased to work with you should you wish to implement other recycling streams, including organics bins and Simply Cup recycling. 189 Flinders Lane is targeting a 4.5-star NABERS Energy rating.
Air conditioning is operational between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm, Monday to Friday. After hours air conditioning is available at all other times including weekends and public holidays. Bookings can be made via the Dexus Response Centre.
At Dexus we're committed to providing space for your best work, which includes providing the best facilities to support the productivity and wellbeing of you and your staff. Discover our offsite meetings and event spaces and child care access arrangements to support you in achieving your best self at work.
Offsite meetings and event space at Dexus Place
Dexus provides offsite meetings and events space for as a little as one hour to as long as you like.
Located only a 10 min walk away on Level 14 385 Bourke Street, Dexus Place Melbourne offers a variety of meeting rooms including an immersive studio to accommodate your needs.
Ask our team about our exclusive memberships reserved for Dexus customers.
Priority Childcare access
Need to access childcare? Dexus is proud to partner with Guardian Early Learning Group to offer priority access to childcare across Guardian centres nationwide. The nearest location for Guardian Childcare is at 101 Collins Street, Melbourne. Find out more or speak to Guardian about arranging a tour.
As a Dexus customer you will benefit from a highly experienced and proactive team that aims to deliver market leading service levels through an integrated property management platform.
This includes access to our easy to use online tenant service request system, managed by our dedicated Dexus Response Centre (DRC) team who will promptly respond to your building needs 24 hours / 7 days a week. Not just an online portal, Dexus Response is supported by a team of friendly, experienced facilities coordinators who provide the highest levels of service.
T: 1300 339 870
If you require access to the DRC but do not have this currently or you are locked out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will ensure that this is actioned accordingly.
Management and staff must be prepared to take responsible steps to assist in the event of a medical emergency.
If any person is made aware of a medical emergency, they should:
Dial 000 and advise ambulance of the details of the injured or ill person giving level and nearest cross street
Dispatch a trained First Aid Officer to the scene. Based on their training, the First Aid Officer should render assistance to the injured and make them comfortable
Have a Warden meed the responding ambulance and contact Building Management should you require assistance
The First Aid Officer will remain with the injured person until dispatched from the site by the ambulance or other such time as deemed necessary
In the event of a fire related emergency, please refer to your dedicated Fire Wardens and follow relevant instructions provided. Your Fire Warden/s will follow the building’s relevant Emergency Response Plan and your own internal Business Continuity Plan as required. You can request a copy of the building's Emergency Response Plan from your Property Manager.
Beep! Beep! Beep!
On the sounding of the alert tone:
Proceed to your internal meeting point
Ensure you have enough Wardens to affect your response
Recruit additional person to assist if you ascertain you are short on Warden numbers
Instruct Wardens to commence an immediate, systematic search of your floor for signs of emergency
Await WIP phone communications from the Chief Warden
Receive reports from Wardens as they return from searches of their respective areas
Communicate with the Chief Warden to advise your findings
Whoop! Whoop! Whoop!
On the sounding of the evacuation tone
Instruct Wardens to commence an immediate evacuation
Evacuate occupants closest to the danger area first
Systematically evacuate the remainder of the floor, working out from the danger source
- Persons refusing to evacuate
- Mobility impaired persons
Receive clearance reports from each of the Wardens
Report your evacuation status to the Chief Warden using the WIP phone
Evacuate and report in person to the Chief Warden at the Fire Indicator Panel
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