Heritage Conservation

A valued and unique heritage

The Locomotive Workshop building is listed, along with all its machinery collection, on the NSW State Heritage Register. The entire site is also included as part of the Eveleigh Railway Workshops listing on the NSW State Heritage Register.

The machinery collection is predominantly housed in static displays in Bays 1 and 2 as well as a small number of other locations throughout the remainder of the Locomotive Workshop.

The revitalisation plan,

Our carefully considered plans to revitalise the iconic Locomotive Workshops will deliver a unique cultural and innovation hub for Sydney, preserving and celebrating this magnificent history whilst making it accessible for everyone to enjoy.

Our submission for the sensitive conversion and adaptive re-use of the Locomotive Workshops has been approved by the Independent Planning Commission NSW through the submission of two SSDAs. These relate to the Eastern portion (Bays 1-4a) and the Western portion (Bays 5-13 and 15) with delivery now well underway.

Managing the movable heritage collection,

A draft management plan for the Eveleigh Locomotive Workshops' machinery collection has been prepared for South Eveleigh in conjunction with an audit of our collection. Links to these documents are listed below:

Heritage Interpretation Strategy

Please find a link to Mirvac's latest Heritage Interpretation Strategy for South Eveleigh as of November 2016.

Site-specific, non-standard exemptions from the Heritage Act 1977

In 2015 the NSW Minister for Heritage granted South Eveleigh site-specific exemptions from approvals required under section 57 (1) of the Heritage Act 1977. Read more in NSW Government Gazette No. 22 - Government Notices.

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