OUR PURPOSE IS TO BRING TOGETHER THE SOUTHBANK COMMUNITY, IMPROVE THE CULTURE AND LIVEABILITY OF OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD AND ALIGN LOCAL NEEDS WITH COUNCIL AND STATE GOVERNMENT SUPPORT.
Southbank3006 is a not-for-profit community organisation representing all diverse sectors of Southbank. We are passionate about building community, improving liveability, and advocating for improvement of local issues with council and state government.
To enhance the sense of community among residents.
To improve the liveability, safety, and quality of life in Southbank.
To bring together all residents living in Southbank—low-rise and high-rise in all sectors—as one voice to be heard on issues that are not receiving adequate attention.
To raise awareness of the diverse range of urban, economic, and social issues that impact Southbank residents.
To work with council and state government to ensure that the interests of Southbank residents are met and protected.
Southbank3006 is a group of residents committed to unifying Southbank. Together, we hope to tackle the unique social issues we face as a fast-growing neighborhood consisting mostly of high-rise apartment buildings. As locals, we are committed to making Southbank a safe, thriving neighbourhood that connects people across our diverse village spaces. The founding group includes:
Jannine Pattison has lived in Southbank for over 16 years and has championed the issues of traffic management and safety in our community, regularly meeting with VicRoads and the City of Melbourne on these issues. Her work is bringing about the upgrade of the Power St and City Road intersection and she is currently tackling the Power St and Kavanagh St intersection. Jannine’s goal for Southbank3006 is to create a community where residents and visitors alike feel safe, inspired, and delighted every day.
MaryKay Rauma lives and works in 3006. She is bringing the Southbank3006 community alive with her depth of marketing and communications experience in the USA and Australia. She believes that Southbank3006 residents need a community group that brings people together connecting its diverse neighbourhood sectors and the many nationalities that call Southbank home.
Trisha Avery a well-known long-term resident in Southbank having first moved here in 2009. She believes that the sophistication, extraordinary Arts Precinct, and multicultural demographic provides a dynamism that is unparalleled elsewhere in Melbourne. She has championed local liveability issues for many years across Southbank and South Melbourne and brings a wealth of experience in governance and volunteer organisations. You may recognise Trisha’s name from the byline of her regular column in The Southbank News.
David Hamilton who has been associated with Southbank since 2006 and is a long-term resident. He has been a vocal critic of the City of Melbourne holding it to account on the design, overspending and poor project management of the Southbank Boulevard project.
Steve Timmerman became a resident in Southbank in 2013 and brings his depth of experience working in executive teams in both commercial and not for profit organisations along with his skill set as a CPA to Southbank3006. Steve is looking to optimise liveability within Southbank in an environmentally sensible way.
Michael Hossen lives and works in 3006. A resident since 2017, Michael has a background in Urban Planning, as well as many years of experience in people and project management in the customer service and IT world. Michael is a keen bike user, and advocate for safe streets for all, especially the young and elderly. You will often find Michael riding his cargo bike around the streets of 3006 and beyond.
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Thank you to Southbank community member, Disha Sharma Joshi, who took the photo of rainbows over Southbank.
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Sunday March 26 from 2:00-4pm, Boyd Community Centre Assembly Hall
Residents of the Eureka Tower recently opposed the application for a 24-hour electronic billboard atop Freshwater Place and won—the billboard is now shut off between the hours of 11pm and 6am.
Is artificial light intrusion impacting you? What are your rights? How is the the lack of dark sky affecting our health? Should commercial buildings be lit up all night? How have other cities decreased the impacts of LED emissions and what is the City of Melbourne doing about this issue? Join us for a thought-provoking discussion.
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Understanding Owners Corporation Insurance:
Key Updates to the Model Rules for an Owners Corporation in operation since 1 December 2021:
The Role of the Committee of Management
How to Recruit OC Volunteers: A Strata Community Association Presentation