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Creative Capital Infrastructure Project

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The $4.3 million project vision includes an upstairs extension, ground floor redesigns, and building upgrades. The design incorporates seven music teaching studios, a recording studio, an audiovisual production capability, a band room, an artist’s co-working space, and accommodation for visiting teachers, artists, and touring performers.

The renovations will feature an extendible stage and an auditorium for 150-200 patrons, state-of-art sound, lighting, and acoustic technologies, a foyer/gallery, and external solar panels. It will be fully wheelchair accessible and include all-gender toilets and improved service amenities and an upstairs outdoor performance deck.

In repurposing and restoring the existing facility, we will preserve this important Deniliquin heritage façade and complement the existing Edward River Council infrastructure creating a music and performance hub and cultural precinct for the region while celebrating civic pride.

The project gives South West Music the ability to secure permanent tenure, diversify and build income streams and enhance its position as an important, high-impact, cultural organisation in the Western Riverina and Murray region of NSW. 

Grant Amon Architects Pty Ltd have been appointed as the designers of the redevelopment. For more information about the designers... About Us (

Credit: Grant Amon Architects Pty Ltd


Once construction begins, you will be able to keep updated with our building progress... 

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