Mozart's Requiem - 2.30pm  Sunday 23 June 2019

Presented by The Glen Eira City Choir, conducted by Jane Elton Brown OAM

Pipe Organ Plus One - 2.30pm  Sunday 21 July 2019

Eva-Marie Middleton, an opera singer from Perth will be accompanied on the organ by her husband Dominic Perissinotto, Organist and Director of Music at St Patrick's Basilica, Freemantle.

This event is organised by The Friends of the Auburn Tower

Tickets available online at or at the door.

For more information see Pipe Organ + One

Rise: a celebration of music and poetry - 3pm  Sunday 11 August 2019

Rashika Gomez - soprano, Soundarie David - piano, Dushy Pereira - cello followed by the launch of 'Rise' a book of poetry by Rashika Gomez.

Tickets available online at or at the door. Premium $40, General $30, children under 10 free.  For more information email:

Coffee Morning Meetings 

Coffee Morning Meetings are held 9 times a year on the first Thursday of the month: March-November.

The next meeting is on Thursday 4th July 2019 at 10.15am.  The topic is "Charles - the other Wesley".   The speaker is the Rev Professor Emeritus Robert Gribben AM.  Charles Wesley (18 December 1707 – 29 March 1788) was an English leader of the Methodist movement, most widely known for writing about 6,500 hymns.

He composed some of the most memorable and lasting hymns of the church: "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," "And Can It Be," "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing," "Love Divine, All Loves Excelling," "Jesus, Lover of My Soul," "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," "Soldiers of Christ, Arise," and "Rejoice! the Lord Is King!"

And yet he is often referred to as the "forgotten Wesley." His brother John is considered the organizational genius behind the founding of Methodism. But without the hymns of Charles, the Methodist movement may have gone nowhere.

More details: flyer 6 June & 4 July

"An evening with ... David Parkin" Thursday evening            1 August 2019

Thursday  1 August at MCC Kew, 397 Barkers Road, Kew

Doors open at 7pm, drinks at bar prices with light refreshment before the conversation with David Parkin starting at 7.45pm.

For more details see the poster and the flyer

Bookings  Early Bird discount of $5 for bookings before 30 June except for student concessions $20. General public $35; Seniors, and Friends of the Auburn Tower $30.  To join the Friends go to

Please  come and support this major fund-raising event for the Tower - to remove the rust and repaint the 32 iron columns.


Go up the Tower, see the view - 22 Sep & 24 Nov 2019

 The weather was lovely on Sunday afternoon     7 April 2019 when 33 people (23 adults and 10 children) went up the Tower

 Previously on a cloudy Sunday afternoon          2 December 2018, 34 people went up the Tower

There are also panoramic photos taken from the Tower Viewing Deck on display at the 3rd level of the tower.