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October 16, 2020

We are looking to create a Heritage and Cultural Facilities Hub and want your feedback about what the focus of this amazing new community space should be.

It is part of consultation on our draft Community Infrastructure Plan and we want as many people as possible to participate.

The vision for this hub, located on the corner of Alexandra and D’Aram streets in an area occupied by Hunters Hill Town Hall and the existing Council administration centre and depot, is to celebrate the culture and heritage of this place.

The hub would be home to Hunters Hill Theatre, Hunters Hill Music Club, an art gallery and an expanded Hunters Hill Museum. The performance space would be contemporary and offer a unique experience.

Opportunities

  • Improving the amenity to adjoining owners.
  • Improving amenity and facilities for community groups, e.g., Hunters Hill Theatre and the Hunters Hill Music Club.
  • Retaining the cultural hub of the Town Hall, Council Chambers and Museum while relocating the depot and the administration functions of Council.
  • Using the administration section of the building for commercial leasing/offices.
  • Developing a comprehensive arts precinct which includes; an art gallery, museum, offices or commercial leasing.
  • Determining whether the existing office accommodation can be retrofitted for future use or does there need to be consideration of a ‘new’ build?

Have you visited the current location? Would you support the Heritage and Cultural Facilities hub? Do you have any suggestions?

Please share them with us.

Go to: opens in a new windowhuntershill.nsw.gov.au/participate/cip for more information and opens in a new windowclick here to participate in shaping the future facilities and services offered to our community. 

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Hunter’s Hill Council

22 Alexandra Street, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
PO Box 21, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
Tel: (02) 9879 9400