Restoration for Sydney's iconic Bondi Pavilion


Artist's impression of the back of the pavilion prepared as part of Waverley Council's recent Bondi park, beach and pavilion plan of management. 
Waverley Council is inviting expressions of interest to lead the design for the conservation and upgrade of one of Sydney’s most iconic buildings – The Bondi Pavilion.

The Council has allocated $10 million in its long term financial plan to restore the Pavilion over the next ten years as part of the Bondi Park, Beach and Pavilion Plan of Management, which was finalised in 2014.

A brief has been prepared, which outlines the scope of work that the Council is considering undertaking.

Waverley Mayor Sally Betts thanked the community on its feedback on the Bondi Plan of Management.

“We’re excited to start implementing the improvements the community wanted to see,” she said.

The appointed architect will be asked to consider a scope of work, which includes:

  • How to restore and celebrate the heritage fabric of the building
  • How best to transform the pavilion’s courtyards into beautiful places for people to relax, including options of native gardens and public art
  • The reinstatement of the Campbell Parade entrance as the grand entrance to the beach
  • Internal reconfiguration to ensure the building remains a vibrant mix of community, cultural and commercial uses.
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