AMP Tower is a skyscraper in a premier location in the heart of Perth’s central business district.
Designed by Forbes and Fitzhardinge this 30 storey tower opened in 1975 and has undergone refurbishments to keep it modern, fresh and sustainable; including $34 million of work in 2005.
A stand-out feature upon entering this A Grade building is the magnificent conservatory inspired lobby. The two-storey high, 15-metre long bronzed-glass canopy is coated with small white dots create a shading effect during the day, with up-lighting produces a white ceiling effect at night.
AMP Tower includes a resident café on the ground floor with an informal and alfresco meeting area.
Additionally there’s immediate access to the stunning gardens of Central Park which includes an array of dining options and car parking facilities.
The building boasts spectacular views across the city of Perth, Kings Park, Rottnest Island, and the Swan River. Many of Perth’s landmark attractions are within walking distance, including Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, Swan River, the Perth Cultural Centre, and the Western Australian Museum.
Building occupants include AMP Capital, Atkins Australasia, Bechtel and an impressive list of Government departments, law firms and financial institutions.
In-house amenities include state of the art end of trip facilities with tenants having access to a spacious 400sqm area with 150 lockers, 110 bike storage racks, bike repair zone, electric bike charging area, showers, towel service, ironing boards, hairdryers, and clothes drying cabinets.
Located on St Georges Terrace, this building offers excellent transport connections along with an underground car park.
15 minutes by taxi from the Perth International Airport.
5-7 minute walk from Perth train station.
5-7 minute walk from Barrack Street ferry terminal.
Free inner city buses. 5-7 minute walk from Perth bus port.
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Servcorp offices are located on level 28 of AMP Tower.
Level 28 features original pieces from renowned Australian artists Max Mannix and Pro Hart. Max Mannix paints ‘yarns’, based on his years growing up in Victorian country towns and working on cattle stations in the Queensland outback. Max's colourful depictions of country life in a light-hearted vein. Pro Hart is considered the father of the Australian Outback painting movement,he grew up on his family’s sheep farm in Menindee, New South Wales and his works are widely admired for capturing the true spirit of the outback.
AMP Tower is in in the heart of the Perth CBD, one of Australia's most significant commercial precincts.
Tenants are moments away from the city's banking financial institutions, Supreme Court, Government House, Central Park, Hay Street Mall, The Perth Convention Centre, premium dining establishments, leading hotels, with bus and train services are located nearby.