Glebe Town Hall

Glebe Town Hall, built in 1880, was designed by Ambrose Thornley Jnr. This is a State-significant building. The City of Sydney commissioned the restoration of the building which was re-opened in March 2013.

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The Architectural Character of Glebe by Kate and Bernard Smith (1973)

Early Glebe Architects Walk

Late Victorian Streetscapes Walk

 

Bellevue
Bellevue

Bellevue

Bellevue, built in about 1883, was also designed by Ambrose Thornley Jnr. This building is listed on the State Heritage

Register. The City of Sydney commissioned the restoration of the derelict building which was re-opened as a café in 2007.

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The Architectural Character of Glebe by Kate and Bernard Smith (1973)

Early Glebe Architects Walk

 

Walter Burley Griffin Incinerator

The Walter Burley Griffin Incinerator, built in 1932, was renovated for adaptive re-use by Australand in 2006, as part of the Glebe Harbour development of the Fletcher site.

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Glebe Waterfront Walk

 

Diggers Memorial

The Diggers’ Memorial in Glebe Point Road was funded by public subscription and completed in 1921. The City of Sydney undertook a major renovation of the Memorial in 2013.

 

Reussdale
Reussdale

Reussdale

Reussdale was built around 1868 by and for Ferdinand Reuss. Its style is described as Picturesque Gothic and it is listed on the State Heritage Register. It stood derelict for many years and was recently restored by a developer and is now in private hands.

 

The Tramsheds

The Tramsheds at Harold Park, designed by Government architect George McRae in 1904, are rare remaining evidence of the Glebe tramway system. The Tramsheds are heritage listed and are currently being renovated by Mirvac as part of the Harold Park redevelopment.