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Alumbra turns eight

03 Aug 2010

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Docklands bar Alumbra turned eight on Saturday July 3 and celebrations were anything but low key.

A glamorous crowd attended the Brazilian themed party, which was transformed into a colourful carnivale. Brazilian DJ Meme played tunes all night and Brazilian percussionists the Samba Queens made sure no one was standing still.

Alumbra director Simon Digby said that the night was a true representation of the Alumbra vibe.

“From our early days at South Wharf, Alumbra has set the bench mark for Melbourne night life. We have a strong following within Melbourne and it’s great to see that people still have a real connection with the bar,” he said.

The extravagant birthday celebrations were not unusual for Alumbra, which has a history of glamorous parties at Central Pier.  Arriving in 2007, Alumbra is part of the $31 million redevelopment of Central Pier by Atlantic Group [v].

Alumbra’s 360 degrees waterfront views and alluring vibe ensure that Docklands workers aren’t seen anywhere but Central Pier on a Friday evening. Proof that Alumbra’s charm continues to work its magic, eight years after its humble beginnings.

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