For 100 years, South Eveleigh was a pioneering industrial site: the place that created the infrastructure that drove Australia forward. Today it’s pioneering a new future focused on the tech revolution, while maintaining the same industrious spirit in bringing change to life.
South Eveleigh is being transformed into a place where those with the brightest views of their future will be drawn to. Here, organisations of all shapes and sizes will find common ground to collaborate on the jobs and industries of the future.
Even the retail will take on a new dimension of industry – with artisans bringing people closer to how food is made and produced, creating one-off experiences that will make South Eveleigh a truly unique destination.
South Eveleigh sits on Gadigal country and has a long and continuing connection with our indigenous community.
In reinstating the Eveleigh name we are recognising the significance of the original Eveleigh workshops that provided opportunity to past indigenous generations, and ensuring that they feel a part of its future.
The buzz and excitement of this emerging area will infuse it with new energy, encouraging powerful connections between businesses, students, shoppers and the local
community, making all feel welcome and inspired.
Here a new sense of industry and future will emerge, as people come together to connect, create and propel each other forward.
South Eveleigh is the destination for those inspired by forging what’s ahead.
Have Your Say on the Stage 2 Heritage Interpretation Plan for the Locomotive Workshop at South Eveleigh
Mirvac’s vision for South Eveleigh is to create a vibrant new precinct that combines world class work, retail, heritage and community spaces. Mirvac will conserve and celebrate the precinct’s rich cultural heritage collections and buildings.
Mirvac has recently received planning approval for the adaptative reuse of the Locomotive Workshop at South Eveleigh for mixed use purposes.
An important part of this approval is the preparation of the Stage 2 Heritage Interpretation Plan which will address interpretation for the whole of the Locomotive Workshop, including commercial and retail. This follows the Stage 1 Heritage Interpretation Strategy which guides heritage interpretation across the whole of South Eveleigh and was approved in February 2017 following consultation.
Mirvac is now preparing the Stage 2 Heritage Interpretation Plan for the Locomotive Workshop. This Plan will guide the way that the unique heritage and stories associated with the Locomotive Workshop will be celebrated and interpreted using key concepts and design elements.
We invite you to have your say and learn more about the Stage 2 Heritage Interpretation Plan for the Locomotive Workshop during one of three interactive Community Workshops. Numbers are limited so registration is essential.
Community Workshop 1
Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019
Community Workshop 2
Date: Saturday, 23 March 2019
Community Workshop 3
Date: Monday, 25 March 2019
Location for all workshops
Mirvac Site Office (new location), Level 1, 2 Davy Road, Eveleigh.
South Eveleigh is located approximately 5km south of the Sydney CBD, 8km north of Sydney airport and within 200m of Redfern Railway Station.
The site is serviced by both Sydney Trains via Redfern Station and Sydney Buses between CBD and Marrickville Metro, as well as a dedicated cycleway.
Parking at South Eveleigh
PARKING WITH DIVVY We are pleased to offer Divvy parking at South Eveleigh, allowing you to book a parking space online, prior to arriving. Please note there is limited casual parking onsite - booking ahead is required. Click here for tips on How to Book.