Ongoing program of walks and talks

Downtown Delights
South of Sydney CBD

Concrete Learning
Macquarie Uni and UTS Ku-ring-gai

Harry & Penelope Seidler House
Completed in 1967

Rose Seidler House
Completed in 1950

The City's Backyard
Surry Hills

Elizabeth Bay & Potts Point
Self-guided walk

Castlecrag
After the Griffins

Canberra
Australia's national capital


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St Kevin's Dee Why

St Kevin's Catholic Church, Dee Why

Even if you don't step into a church very often, it's worth making an exception for this one. An adventurous use of concrete, tempered with plain but elegant timber furniture and detailing. 50 Oaks Avenue, Dee Why. Designed by Gibbons & Gibbons, completed in 1961.

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St Kevin's Dee Why


 
 

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