The Blayney and surrounding communities have access to a new arts hub located in the newly restored Blayney Station in NSW’s Central West.
As the site owner, TAHE is proud to partner with the Blayney Shire Council and the Blayney Platform Arts Hub to provide new cultural opportunities. The 140 year old station has been revitalised under a program restoring unused stations and transforming them into new community uses.
An opening event showcased the newly restored station rooms – brought back to life with reinstated heritage features, new toilet and kitchenette, authentic heritage colours and a comprehensive Visitor Experience installation, telling the story of the historic station
The project team worked closely with Council and the community to develop, design and accommodate the new community spaces.
TAHE Chairman Bruce Morgan and CEO Bénédicte Colin were excited to help unveil the restored station.
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