Bondi Pavilion Restoration and Conservation Project

Bondi Pavilion’s new concept design

The Bondi Pavilion Restoration & Conservation Project concept design is available below for your feedback until Friday 5 October.

The concept design retains the Pavilion as a community and cultural centre, restoring and respecting its heritage and ensuring it is fit for the future needs of the community.

Council’s concept design for the Pavilion is guided by the Bondi Pavilion Conservation Management Plan (CMP), approved by the NSW Heritage Office in August 2018, and the Bondi Beach, Park and Pavilion 10-year Plan of Management. The design process has included extensive consultation with the Bondi Pavilion Stakeholder Committee.

The CMP highlights two key elements of the Pavilion’s heritage: the colonnade façade and the role of the Pavilion in Australian beach and surf culture. These two elements are centrepiece in the Pavilion Restoration & Conservation Project.

For a detailed overview of the concept design and the changes, click here.

Current and proposed floor plans are also available in the document library to the right of this text.

This is not a major renovation, but rather restores a functional and beautiful heritage building.

Have your say

We want to know what you think of this concept design.

To get involved and give us your feedback, simply complete the survey below, or come along to our information day at Bondi Pavilion on Saturday 22 September between 10am and 2pm. Waverley Mayor John Wakefield will be in attendance, along with project experts to answer your questions.

All feedback will be included in a Council report for consideration against the architect’s brief and Bondi Pavilion Conservation Management Plan 2018.

For more information on the project to date please head to waverley.nsw.gov.au/bondipavilionproject

Bondi Pavilion’s new concept design

The Bondi Pavilion Restoration & Conservation Project concept design is available below for your feedback until Friday 5 October.

The concept design retains the Pavilion as a community and cultural centre, restoring and respecting its heritage and ensuring it is fit for the future needs of the community.

Council’s concept design for the Pavilion is guided by the Bondi Pavilion Conservation Management Plan (CMP), approved by the NSW Heritage Office in August 2018, and the Bondi Beach, Park and Pavilion 10-year Plan of Management. The design process has included extensive consultation with the Bondi Pavilion Stakeholder Committee.

The CMP highlights two key elements of the Pavilion’s heritage: the colonnade façade and the role of the Pavilion in Australian beach and surf culture. These two elements are centrepiece in the Pavilion Restoration & Conservation Project.

For a detailed overview of the concept design and the changes, click here.

Current and proposed floor plans are also available in the document library to the right of this text.

This is not a major renovation, but rather restores a functional and beautiful heritage building.

Have your say

We want to know what you think of this concept design.

To get involved and give us your feedback, simply complete the survey below, or come along to our information day at Bondi Pavilion on Saturday 22 September between 10am and 2pm. Waverley Mayor John Wakefield will be in attendance, along with project experts to answer your questions.

All feedback will be included in a Council report for consideration against the architect’s brief and Bondi Pavilion Conservation Management Plan 2018.

For more information on the project to date please head to waverley.nsw.gov.au/bondipavilionproject