Union House

An architecturally and culturally significant building in the Brutalist style, heritage-listed Union House will be undergoing a major refit over the next three years.

    Render of Union House looking at the building from across the Barr Smith Lawns

    Upcoming works will complete the rejuvination of Union House that started with a revamped and relocated UniBar, and refreshed Cloisters. The project will enable Union House to act as a modern and unique venue for events, meetings, hospitality, clubs and a range of University services. Respectful works made in conjunction with heritage consultants will push the envelope of what is possible, creating stronger links to the rest of the campus and reinstating a number of lost architectural elements.

      Features

      Stage one of the project, which involved the relocation of the UniBar and rejuvination of the Cloisters was completed in February 2019. Learn more about the UniBar & Cloisters project. The upgrade to the Lady Symon building, due for completion in late 2020, also forms part of the overall project.

      The rejuvination of Union House is expected to take up to three years. More information on the project will be coming soon.

      Contact

      Gerry Rodgers, Project Director or Vicki Jacobs, Senior Space Planner.