Winter Cocktail Evening at Eureka 89

Lovelly Communications was proud to be invited to the Winter Cocktail Evening at Eureka 89 on Tuesday May 14, 2013. Hosted at the incredible Eureka Tower in Southbank, Melbourne. This is an events venue you don’t want to miss.


Views from Eureka 89 over Melbourne
Views from Eureka 89 over Melbourne

This night was to showcase the brilliant events space on offer at Melbourne’s tallest events venue. Amazing food, incredible wine and the most spectacular views as far as the eye can see. The Oyster bar was the most impressive for me with incredibly fresh oysters beautifully presented. A glass of bubbly hand and trays of delicious food such as mini crab fritter hamburgers and duck mini pies came around throughout the evening. I took my writer and photographer friend Tamie Wexler from website Now Rip This and thoroughly enjoyed the evening.












Eureka 89 is a premier event space located on the highest floor of the Southern hemisphere’s tallest residential building, Eureka Tower. Combining sleek design with amazing views across Melbourne, this state of the art venue boasts stylish food and a unique beverage offering.

Eureka 89 offers two exclusive event spaces suitable for an array of events of the highest standard.

Reflection of the room with incredible views
Reflection of the room with incredible views


Eureka also offer a unique dinning experience in this wonderful event space. 5 or 7 course degustation menus with matched wines. Can’t wait to try this next month. See the menu below.


Degustation Menu Autumn 2013


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