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By combining modern, sustainable design with careful revitalisation of the original features, the building is protected for the future.
Glebe Town Hall’s restoration is complete, and the building was officially opened on Saturday 2 March 2013. The building has always been at the heart of Glebe’s civic life and it has now been given a new lease of life.
The restoration ensures this historic and valued building is accessible and welcoming, and that it can be used for a wide range of meetings, events and groups.
A stunning glass façade features on the new accessible entrance to the building on Lodge Street.
The restored building houses the Glebe Early Childhood Health Centre, the University of Sydney Glebe Community Development Project, hire spaces, meeting rooms and artist studios.
The Glebe customer service centre has moved to its new home at Glebe Library.
The restoration of Glebe Town Hall focused on 3 key areas:
LandmarksGlebe Town HallGlebe
Hireable indoor spacesMeeting room, Glebe Town HallGlebe · 8 people
Hireable indoor spacesSouthern hall, Glebe Town HallGlebe · 70 people
Hireable indoor spacesChamber hall, Glebe Town HallGlebe · 70 people