Leading in Sustainability with 5-Star NABERS Rating and Carbon Neutrality

Caribbean Park proudly holds a 5-star NABERS Energy Base Building rating for its office precinct and the meaningful Carbon Neutral certification from Climate Active, effective until November 2024. These accomplishments underscore Caribbean Park’s dedication to reducing its carbon footprint and its position as a leader in sustainable metro office spaces nationwide.

Caribbean Park’s office precinct embody this commitment, incorporating innovative building and landscape architectural techniques that optimise natural light and ventilation. These measures significantly reduce our reliance on artificial lighting and climate control systems, a practice that not only mitigates carbon emissions but also enhances the well-being of our tenants and employees.

Our meticulously landscaped surroundings feature over 10,000 trees, serving as crucial carbon sinks that effectively offset emissions from nearby office buildings. Moreover, our partnerships with Ausnviro, specialists in enhancing environmental performance in commercial properties, and Bhoomie, experts in carbon measurement, development, and trading, have enabled us to make strategic decision and investments in certified carbon credits, reinforcing our commitment to effective climate change mitigation.

Caribbean Park’s dual distinction of a 5-star NABERS Energy rating and Carbon Neutral certification solidifies our standing as a preferred destination for companies seeking sustainable office spaces. We extend an invitation to businesses, offering access to top-tier facilities and amenities. By choosing Caribbean Park, companies align with our community’s shared dedication to a more sustainable future.

“We are delighted to have achieved a carbon neutral certification on all rateable office buildings at Caribbean Park and will continue our efforts of improvement and maintaining the commercial office buildings in a manner befitting of our natural environment and the needs of our occupant partners into the future.  With expert industry assistance, we took the opportunity to invest in various carbon offset projects to become certified with Climate Active, who’s carbon neutral certification process is one of the most rigorous in the world.”   Tim Rubio, Asset Manager, Caribbean Park.

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A Heartfelt Thank You to Our Valued Caribbean Park Community

As the year draws to a close, we at Caribbean Park would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to our esteemed tenants who have played a pivotal role in making this place the thriving and vibrant community it is today. Your continued dedication, creativity, and collaboration have not only elevated Caribbean Park as a premier destination but have also strengthened the bonds that make this a remarkable place to work and engage.

Celebrating the Spirit of Community

In the spirit of gratitude and community, Caribbean Park is excited to announce that we will be hosting a special Christmas Celebration and Market on Thursday December 14, 2023. This event is our way of expressing our appreciation for the wonderful tenants who have made this park a dynamic hub of innovation and collaboration.

Join Us for Festive Fun

The Caribbean Park Christmas Celebration and Market promise an afternoon filled with festive joy and spirit. Here’s what you can look forward to:

1. Christmas Market: Get into the holiday spirit as you explore a delightful Christmas market featuring a variety of stalls offering unique gifts, crafts, delicious treats, and more. It’s the perfect opportunity to find that special something for a last minute Christmas present.

2. Live Entertainment: Enjoy live performances and festive music to get you in the Christmas mood. It’s a wonderful way to share the joy of the season with your colleagues and friends.

3. Delicious Food: Savour the flavours of the season with a few amazing canapés from the wonderful Middleman Cafe.

4. Networking and Celebrations: Connect with fellow tenants, share stories, and celebrate the accomplishments of the past year. It’s a fantastic opportunity to strengthen professional relationships in a relaxed and festive setting.

RSVP Today

We encourage all our tenants to join us for this heartwarming Christmas Celebration and Market. Your presence will make the day even more special, as we come together to celebrate the spirit of community and unity that defines Caribbean Park.

Date: Thursday December 14, 2023 Time: 4PM – 6PM Location: Podium / Middleman Caribbean Park, Scoresby, Victoria

Please RSVP by December 12, 2023, to ensure we can provide the best experience for all attendees. You can RSVP by clicking here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RHM5Y3R

We look forward to celebrating this festive season with you and expressing our heartfelt thanks for your contribution to the Caribbean Park community. Together, we’ve created something truly remarkable, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds.

Warmest wishes for a joyful holiday season from Caribbean Park Management.

Australian rock legend Steve Kilbey performed at Caribbean Park

In our continuous commitment to offer tenants unparalleled experiences, Caribbean Park hosted an exclusive musical evening with the renowned Steve Kilbey, iconic frontman of Australian rock band, The Church. 

Monday, September 11, 2023, at the opulent San Lorenzo Restaurant, this intimate affair merged Kilbey’s rich musical heritage with a delicious San Lorenzo restaurant cocktail style dinner.

Steve Kilbey’s illustrious career, marked by hits like “Under the Milky Way”, combined with Caribbean Park’s architectural facilities, set the stage for an entertaining evening that did not disappoint. 

The unique collaboration underscores the precinct’s mission to evolve beyond traditional office spaces, offering a holistic environment where work, leisure, and art seamlessly converge.

A combination of tenants and community members attended the rare opportunity to experience world-class music in an environment that echoes with sophistication and innovation.


Caribbean Park unveils first EV charging station

Melbourne’s award-winning office precinct, Caribbean Park, have unveiled their first Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station in a partnership with global renewable energy company, ENGIE Australia & New Zealand, and are excited to be able to offer charging facilities to meet the rapidly growing demand for EVs.

Caribbean Park is Melbourne’s biggest business hub outside of the CBD and their aim is to provide the latest technology and best facilities for their tenants and visitors. EV charging facilities are an important part of that offering and builds on their recent Climate Active carbon neutral certification – the first Australian suburban office development of scale to achieve this accolade. 

The partnership with ENGIE is supported by infrastructure provider JET Charge and charging network provider Chargefox.  Users can download the Chargefox app to find, use and pay for charging at the tap of a button.

What is an Electric Vehicle DC charger and how does it work?
A: An EV DC charger is a charging station that uses Direct Current (DC) to charge Electric Vehicles (EVs). It delivers a high amount of power to the vehicle’s battery and can charge it in a shorter amount of time than slower AC charging.

What type of DC charger is installed for the customers?
A: The charger is a Kempower 100kW EV charger with two satellites and is a high-power DC fast charger designed to quickly charge electric vehicles.

It comes equipped with four charging plugs and allows up to 4 EVs to charge simultaneously. Plugs included one CHAdeMO plug, three CCS2 plugs. The CHAdeMO plug is compatible with electric vehicles such as the Nissan Leaf and the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, while the CCS2 plug is used by Tesla and many European electric vehicles.

Please note: that the 100kW speed is split between the 4 EV bays, so the more cars charging at the same time will split the speed evenly e.g. 2 cars connected will split at 50kW per car

How many KMs will a 100kw give an EV car in 10 minutes
The distance an EV can travel in 10 minutes on a 100 kW charger depends on several factors, including the battery capacity of the vehicle, the current state of charge, and the efficiency of the vehicle.

However, as a rough estimate, a 100 kW charger can provide approximately 60-80 kilometers of range to an electric vehicle in just 10 minutes of charging. This estimation may vary based on factors such as weather conditions, driving style, and the specific make and model of the electric vehicle.

What is the charge rate for the EV DC chargers at Caribbean Park?
A: The rate will change with market conditions and current rate will be available on the app.

How long does it take to charge an EV using a DC charger?
A: The charging time depends on the battery capacity of the EV, the state of charge. However, most DC chargers can provide up to 80% charge in 30-60 minutes.

How can I use the EV DC chargers at Caribbean Park?
A: Users can charge their electric vehicles using the Chargefox mobile app or RFID card. Simply follow the instructions provided on the charger, select the charger on the app, and follow the prompts to initiate the charging process. If you prefer to use the RFID card, hold it against the reader on the charger to begin charging.

What should I do if I have trouble using the EV DC charger?
A: If you have trouble using the EV DC charger, you can contact the Chargefox customer support helpline for assistance on 1300 518 038. They can guide you through the charging process or arrange for a technician to help you.

Below are the instructions attached to the charger:

For further information about Caribbean Park, visit www.caribbeanpark.com

Fitness February at Caribbean Park

This February, Club Lime Caribbean Park is providing an opportunity to try a variety of fitness activities guided by their fitness experts.

This set of events has been curated specifically for the Caribbean Park community and all tenants are welcome to these classes FREE of charge.

Caribbean Park tenants are most welcome to attended each Thursdays throughout February 2023 for a 30 minute classes in Yoga, Core, Strength and Mobility.

YOGA CLASS (FREE) Thursday 2nd February, 12:15pm – 12.45pm

Focus on stretch and breath. Please bring a yoga mat, if possible, comfortable clothing and water bottle. Extra mats will be supplied.

CORE CLASS (FREE) Thursday 9th February, 12:15pm – 12.45pm

Focus on core strength. Please bring a yoga mat, if possible, comfortable clothing and water bottle. Extra mats will be supplied.

STRENGTH CLASS (FREE) Thursday 16th February, 12:15pm – 12.45pm

Focus on building muscle with dumbbells. Please bring a yoga mat, if possible, comfortable clothing and water bottle. Extra mats will be supplied.

MOBILITY CLASS (FREE) Thursday 23rd February, 12:15pm – 12.45pm

Focus on mobility and functional exercises. Please bring a yoga mat, if possible, comfortable clothing and water bottle. Extra mats will be supplied.

Lawn outside of the Middleman Cafe

These classes are complimentary however, bookings are essential.


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We look forward to seeing you there.

First Australian Vertiport Design

Skyportz released the design for the first vertiport in Australia to service the emerging electric air taxi industry at the AAUS annual Advanced Air Mobility summit in Melbourne, yesterday.

The vertiport will be located at Caribbean Park in Melbourne’s east, the fastest growing business precinct outside of the Melbourne CBD.

Caribbean Park and Skyportz have worked with Contreras Earl Architects, to70 aviation, ARUP and Microflite to come up with a practical, modular design to satisfy operational requirements to operate as a vertiport for Advanced Air Mobility.

“With the development of a vertiport in a business park we are breaking the nexus between aviation and airports. For this industry to succeed it needs to have policy makers pushing the envelope to support new “mini airports” in locations people want to go”, said Clem Newton-Brown, CEO of Skyportz.

“However community support is going to be the key to the development of these services. The community is going to have to see the benefits”

“Electric air taxis will be a new era in aviation where clean, green and quiet small aircraft can take people to places they want to go – be it work or leisure. The Caribbean Park vertiport is the first in a network of sites we will establish in advance of the aircraft becoming operational” said Newton-Brown.

Caribbean Park Director, Ben Spooner said “We are strategically and ideally placed to host the first Skyportz in Australia and we hope that in time, a variety of new and emerging businesses take advantage of this leading infrastructure. Caribbean Park is the largest and fastest growing business precinct outside the Melbourne CBD and we are focused on building a model, suburban workplace of the future”.

Hello Sunshine Festival announces Amy Shark to headline at Caribbean Park


Announcing the 2023 Hello Sunshine Festival!
A massive day filled with live music, food trucks, markets, fireworks, rides & much more 
A summers day out to remember – the biggest live music lineup the South-East has ever seen 
Register for presale –> www.hellosunshinefest.com.au

Check under the Event on mycaribbeanpark.com for further information.

Hisense presents live talk with Barry Du Bois at Caribbean Park

Barry Du Bois chats RUOK?

On behalf of Hisense Australia, you’re invited to a live talk with Barry Du Bois on Tuesday 9 August at 11am.

Famous for his seat on the couch of Network Ten’s ‘The Living Room’, Barry – fondly known as Baz – is a renovation expert, master builder, Hisense Australia ambassador and board member for R U OK?

Ahead of this year’s R U OK? Day, set to take place on 8 September, Baz has kindly offered to join us at Middleman Café, Caribbean Park to share his story and the importance of asking a simple question, R U OK?

R U OK? is a harm prevention charity that encourages people to stay connected and have conversations that can help others through difficult times in their lives.

R U OK? contributes to suicide prevention efforts by encouraging people to invest more time in their personal relationships and building the capacity of informal support networks – friends, family and colleagues – to be alert to those around them, have a conversation if they identify signs of distress or difficulty, and connect someone to appropriate support, long before they’re in crisis.

We encourage you to grab a coffee or a snack and listen to Baz talk about this very important topic, that we should all really get behind.

Look forward to seeing you!

Caribbean Park Grand Gala

Earlier this month Caribbean Park hosted a Grand Gala to celebrate their recent achievements including the successful opening of Hyatt Place a magnificent 171 room hotel.

Every aspect of the event was world-class to match the Caribbean Park business precinct. From the delightful Aria Award winning Kate Cebrano, delicious spread of food from San Lorenzo, French Champaign right through to a brilliant fireworks display, guests were treated to a very special evening.


Hyatt Place Caribbean Park – Now Open

Caribbean Park, the largest and fastest growing business precinct outside of the CBD opens the doors to its magnificent 171 room hotel, today.

The sixty plus tenants of Caribbean Park now have the beautiful Hyatt Place Melbourne Caribbean Park to accommodate their travelling colleagues and clients.

This development adds a significant piece to the existing amenity of Caribbean Park and provides the growing business community with a sensational accommodation option, a full bar and lounge, restaurant, conference facilities and fitness room.

In addition, to the local and major events on the property curated through Event Central and Caribbean Park, Eastlink also provides a gateway for visitors to experience a variety of local tourism throughout the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsular and Gippsland region.

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