Pedestrian access to the building is via two entry points: the main Gore Street entrance and secondary entrances in Rose Street.
An alarm will sound if the door to either entrance is open for longer than 30 seconds.
Entry to the building’s two pedestrian entrances is possible only via proximity tag.
The number of proximity tags issued is based on the number of bedrooms in your apartment.
Additional tags can be purchased from the OC Manager for a fee, which can be waived for those whose access to the building is predominantly via ramps.
Tags can be disabled if lost or in the event a resident moves out without returning their tag.
The keys to your apartment provide access to your apartment’s front door and will also open most internal doors throughout the building. Your key does not open the main entrance or Rose Street door – only your proximity tag can do this.
If you require additional keys to your apartment, contact the OC Manager, who will provide you with the authority for the locksmith.
Omega Corporate Security on 9689 3488 is the building’s locksmith.
There is no master key for the apartments in the building. Only a locksmith can gain access to your apartment in the event you lock yourself out.
Key safes are not to be installed on common property.
Car park access
Vehicle access from Rose Street to the car park is via a remote garage-door opener issued to you on move-in.
Access is also available via intercom. Two wall-mounted units are located inside and outside the garage door.
The number of remote garage-door openers issued to you is based on the number of car spaces allocated to your apartment. To operate the remote, press it once. The door will close automatically after about 30 seconds. Motion sensors prevent the door from lowering on vehicles.
To replace the batteries in your remote garage-door opener, follow the four steps below.
Do not grant access to the building unless you are confident the person seeking access is a resident. Visitors should be directed in the first instance to the intercom.
Always keep your apartment locked in your absence.
Security cameras are installed in most common areas to protect against damage and theft.
The cameras are also used to detect breaches of the Owners Corporation rules and can be made available to residents for a fee where an incident has been reported to the police.