Monthly Archives: October 2020

Qigong at the Flour Mill

Join Megan at her weekly qigong class at Harvest Park and cultivate your mind-body connection. These classes offer a deep cellular connection with your body through Calligraphy Health and the ancient Chinese art of qigong.

These classes focus on gentle mobility and coordination and are suitable for all levels of experience and ability.


5:30pm – 6:30pm


Harvest Park

Booking Essential

Contact Megan
Call: 0431 967 312
$20 per class or $180 for 10 class pass

Meet Megan

Megan is the creator of Move Muse, a wellness hub offering qigong, yoga and body therapy to promote relaxation, mobility & balance through sensory integration.

Halloween at Home

Lookout – Halloween is here!

Come on down to the Mungo Scott building on Saturday, October 31 for all you need to celebrate Halloween at Home.

Halloween Face Painting

Two professional face painters will be in the Mungo Scott building on Halloween from 2-4pm. Time slots will be limited so be sure to come down early to secure your place. A COVID-safe plan will be in place for this activity.

Pumpkins from Harvest Park

Collect a free pumpkin from Mungo Scott anytime from 9am, then get ready to carve your spookiest Jack-O-Lantern to celebrate Halloween at home! There will be a limited number of pumpkins available, so first-in-best-dressed.

Do the Monster Mash

Do the Monster Mash and dance the afternoon away with a children’s entertainer from Bright Stars Dance Parties in Mungo Scott from 2-4pm.

Food Truck Night

Flour Mill’s Food Truck Night is back by popular demand!
On Friday, October 23, three delicious food trucks will be parked at Harvest Park from 5pm to 10pm ready to serve you. So bring out your blankets and enjoy a community evening with good food, neighbours and live music under the stars.

Check out our delicious food truck partners:

All of our food truck partners are registered COVID-Safe businesses. The event holds the safety of attendees as the highest priority. The event is subject to weather conditions.

Mungo Scott Photography Exhibition

The Dark Light of Winter | A Photographic Experience by Elliott Kramer.
Mark this in your diary for 27 November!

In the Dark Light of Winter lies an ethereal beauty that has the power to transform us.

Join Elliott Kramer for a photographic experience showcasing completely new and unseen works, shot over the course of a stormy winter.

Works will be displayed in a number of different forms, with accompanying music to fully immerse and enhance the viewing experience.

Website –

Follow – @elliottkramer


WhatsApp Group Guidelines

What this group is used for
  • Asking questions about things specific to the Flour Mill community e.g. rules and regulations, use of spaces, renting of car spaces, regular meetups or events, notices about community driven activities, lost / found notices and asking for recommendations.
  • Announcements about official Flour Mill initiatives that are led by or in partnership with EG (e.g. announcement about yoga and boot camp and other local events as and when they may occur).
Who is the group for

This group is intended for the use of residents, owners, renters and commercial tenants at the Flour Mill of Summer Hill (Bakers Rise, Bakers Quarters, The Malthouse, The Granary, The Durum Silos, The Wheatstore and the Mungo Scott Building). Entry is via a link and QR code. If you leave the complex, we suggest leaving the group. Membership is not monitored or moderated.

    • Be mindful of timing – When posting in this group please be mindful that many of your neighbours will receive a notification when you send a message. As a general rule of thumb, please try to keep messaging between 8am and 8pm.
    • Be kind and courteous – We’re all in this together to create a welcoming environment for our neighbours. Treat everyone with respect. Rude, aggressive, inflammatory and defamatory comments are not ok.
    • No hate speech or bullying – Make sure everyone feels safe. Bullying of any kind isn’t allowed, and degrading comments about things like race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, gender or identity will not be tolerated.
    • No doxing – Any photos of people or identifying information about an organisation MUST have consent of the person in it to be posted. This excludes competitions and other such events which you will be informed in the terms and conditions prior to participating.
    • No advertising, promotions or spam – Please do not use this group to promote any non-EG business or service, spam or post irrelevant links. If you have a business or service you would like to connect with the Flour Mill community you can contact EG to discuss ways to share or you can join the Flour Mill of Summer Hill Residents Facebook group, Summer Hill People Facebook group and interact in line with their guidelines.
    • Privacy – Being part of this group requires mutual trust. Authentic, expressive discussions make groups great, but may also be sensitive and private. What’s shared in the group should stay in the group. You are responsible for understanding your rights and responsibilities in regards to privacy under Australian law, please adhere to them.
    • What admins do – Administrators of this group choose to do so in a volunteer capacity in an effort to support the community of Flour Mill residents to use this WhatsApp group effectively. It is expected that group members self-manage by adhering to the above mentioned guidelines. In the event that people go against group guidelines, Admins might take one of these steps: message you, ask you to delete your post or ask you to leave the group.
    • Your options – If you don’t like what’s being spoken about in this group you have three options:
      • Mute notifications (three dots in top right hand corner > mute notifications) so you don’t get notified
      • Report content to an admin. Please note it cannot be guaranteed that it will be removed if the content is deemed to meet group guidelines
      • Voluntarily leave the group. You can always re-join the group at a later date if you wish.
Regular events/groups within Flour Mill:
Support for your events:

EG Developments completed the Flour Mill of Summer Hill in 2019. They are committed to remaining engaged with the community and hope to support our ideas for events and programs. EG has offered to match contributions for activities and programs that enrich our community. The offer is dollar-for-dollar contribution up to $1000. Suggestions can be emailed to and contributions are at their discretion.

The Mungo Scott commercial building is currently partially filled with commercial tenants. Until such time as it is fully leased, the space available for short term bookings/rentals. Should you wish to hire the building you can contact

More information on the spaces can be found at

Useful links and where to find information:

Flour Mill Community

Mungo Scott

Strata Plus

  • Jonathan Chew
    8198 8571
  • Annie Chan
    8198 8571

Building Management

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Beekeeping Workshop

With spring well underway, the Inner West Amateur Beekeeping Association is hosting a one-day workshop about the basics of beekeeping, bee breeds, beehive and bee hotel making and maintenance and a supplementary half-day offsite visit to their hives in Croydon Park.


Ground floor, Annex building – Mungo Scott
(Entry off Mungo Scott Plaza)


Saturday, 10 October 2020
9am – 5pm


Workshop fee – $120 per person
Contact: 0438 686 696

What to Bring

Come in comfortable clothing. You might be doing some beehive and bee hotel building!

COVID-19 Precautions

Distancing will be adhered to inside the building. Each attendee will be allotted a 4sqm space.

Meet Gavin

Gavin Smith manages the Inner West Amateur Beekeepers Association who operate out of Mungo Scott’s annex. You’ll see him building hives and bee hotels often on Sundays when the Flour Mill Markets are operating! 

Gavin has inspired and encouraged many individuals into the wonderful world of beekeeping with his work in mentoring and leading beekeeping workshops around Sydney and New South Wales. Along with his vast experience in top bar hives, Gavin is also known to host and help with many Australian native beehives and has appeared in the media and on TV programs such as the ABC’s Gardening Australia with Costa Georgiadis