Conservation Resource Centre

The Conservation Resource Centre records the history of houses, furnishings and gardens in New South Wales. It provides information, original source material and specialist services relating to domestic design history and building conservation. The research library contains and important collection of architectural and furnishing pattern books, department store and trade catalogues, journals, pamphlets, charts and archival material, as well as reference books and current periodicals. The reference collection contains artefacts from New South Wales houses, including wallpapers, soft furnishings, trimmings, floor coverings, fittings, photographs, furniture and garden ornaments.

Address: 
61 Darghan Street, Glebe, NSW
Tel: 
0296928366
Hours: 
9am-5pm Mon-Fri by appointment
Admission: 
Free
Facilities: 
Seminars, workshops, exhibitions
Collection: 
Over 4,000 items; 500 photographs
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