Telstra Corporate Centre

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Telstra Corporate Centre
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General information
Type office
Location Melbourne, Australia
Coordinates 37°48′36″S 144°58′11″E / 37.809944°S 144.969788°E / -37.809944; 144.969788Coordinates: 37°48′36″S 144°58′11″E / 37.809944°S 144.969788°E / -37.809944; 144.969788
Completed 1992
Height
Antenna spire 219 m (719 ft)
Roof 193 m (633 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 47
Design and construction
Architect Perrot Lyon Matheison

Telstra Corporate Centre is an office skyscraper in Melbourne, Australia. Standing 219m high with 47 floors (43 used as offices),[1] it is in the top ten tallest in Melbourne. It is located at 242 Exhibition Street. It is the world headquarters for Telstra and includes a small retail precinct located on the ground floor towards the Little Lonsdale St side.

The building was designed by Perrot Lyon Matheison, the architect of Rialto Towers. It was opened in 1992 and the building was fully refurbished in 2010 by Lend Lease to include a Telstra store, 2 new cafes, two 15m square HD media walls as well as the food court area. The new reception area features Australia's largest indoor vertical live garden.[1]

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