According to visitsydneyaustralia 'Hibernia House was erected in two stages; four bays in 1924, and the remaining five Elizabeth Street bays and the Kippax Street frontage in 1928. For many years the building was the headquarters of the Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society (HACBS). The HACBS had been the largest Irish organisation in Australia since the 1880s.'
Within the building we have creators from all talents and backgrounds; musicians, artists, hairdressers, yogis, sculptors, tattoo artists and more. The building is situated 100 meters away from Central Station, is laced with graffiti throughout but boasts the most insane roof mural which if you haven't had chance to check it out personally, check it out below. Shot by Gabrielle Dadgostar.
If you have any cool stories, interesting photos or any experiences here at Hibernia House we would LOVE to know about it…
Photos below courtesy of Tim Levy.