Posts Tagged: Sydney

Sirius: Decision not to put iconic Sydney building on heritage list ruled invalid

The NSW Land and Environment Court ruled the Government’s decision to keep Sydney’s iconic brutalist style Sirius building off the heritage list was invalid. Heritage items may be costly to maintain, but that does not justify leaving them off the register! Click here to learn more from ABC’s Phillipa McDonald and Paige Cockburn about the Court’s […]

tryp hotel one

Fortitude Valley Hotel, Brisbane

The Fortitude Valley Hotel in Brisbane is the quintessential Fortitude Valley hotel, a boutique establishment by the Wyndham group, with state of the art rooms and brick façade adorned by famed street artist Fintan Magee.     The Constance Street address was once the clubhouse of the mysterious Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes society. Following […]

incineratorfront1

The Willoughby Incinerator, Sydney, Australia

The Willoughby Incinerator, completed in 1934, is an impressive piece of early Australian industrial heritage. Designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Eric Nicholls, the building is located at the edge of what is now the Willoughby Centennial Parklands.                                     […]