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Marrickville Medal for Conservation

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Marrickville Medal for Conservation

Marrickville Medal

2015 winner (photo by Brett Boardman)

2015 winner (photo by Brett Boardman)

The Marrickville Medal for Conservation has been awarded annually since 1995. It celebrates built conservation works that contribute to the understanding and preservation of Marrickville's rich cultural and architectural heritage. The award was one of the first of its kind in New South Wales, and coincides with the state-wide National Trust Heritage Festival.

Eligibility to enter the Marrickville Medal is open to all building works, completed in the preceding three years, which can be described as having positive conservation outcomes. Conservation could include any of the following approaches: preservation, restoration, reconstruction, adaptation or interpretation. Large or small, private or public; the judges will be looking for thoughtful and innovative outcomes. The three-person judging panel comprises: an owner/designer of the winning property from the previous year, a member of the Marrickville Heritage Society, and a conservation architect.

Heritage Promotions Special Achievement Award

Individuals eligible for this award are those who have made an outstanding contribution toward maintaining, promoting and investigating Marrickville's heritage. This award is not linked to building works.

Contributions made by past winners of this award, have included: writing, researching, publishing, archival and oral history recording, collecting, photography, civic activism, public speaking and community event planning.

For more details contact Council's Heritage and Urban Design Advisor on 9335 2222.

2016 Marrickville Medal

  • Marrickville Medal
    • Winner: Unfurled House, 7 Audley Street, Petersham
    • Commended: 37 North Street, marrickville
    • Commended: 22 Hillcrest Street, Tempe
  • Sustainable Building Award
    • Winner: 21 Charles Street, Marrickville
    • Highly commended: 2 Fletcher Street, Marrickville
    • Commended: 185 Wardell Road, Dulwich Hill
  • Special Achievement Award
    • Winner: Jacqueline Yetzotis

Marrickville Medal finalists

Sustainable Building Award finalists

2015 Marrickville Medal

Winners and commended

  • Winner: 12–14 Stanley Street and 31 Lilydale Street, Marrickville
  • Commended: Camperdown Cemetery, Newtown
  • Special Achievement Award: Scott MacArthur


2014 Marrickville Medal winners

  • Winner: 'Gantry', 139–143 Parramatta Road, Camperdown
  • Highly commended: 71 Station Street, Petersham (Panov Scott Architects)
  • Commended: 9 Wentworth Street Petersham (Sam Crawford Architects)
  • Special Achievement Award: Robert Horton

2013 Marrickville Medal winners

  • Winner of the 2013 Marrickville Medal: 3 Collins Street, Tempe
  • Highly Commended: 49 New Canterbury Road, Petersham and 2-12 Metropolitan Street, Enmore
  • Commended: 4 Wilga Avenue, Dulwich Hill and 187 Princes Highway, St Peters
  • Special Achievement Award: Lorraine Beach

2012 Marrickville Medal winners

  • Winner of the 2012 Marrickville Medal: 96 Illawarra Road, Marrickville
  • People's Choice: 28 Moncur Street, Marrickville
  • Highly Commended: 2D Gladstone Street, Newtown and 33 & 33A Woodland Street, Marrickville
  • Commended: 54 Victoria Street, Lewisham, 74 Premier Street, Marrickville and 28 Moncur Street, Marrickville
  • Special Achievement Award: Geoff Ostling

Visit the link below to view the photos of the entrants for the 2012 Marrickville Medal.

2011 Marrickville Medal winners

  • The winner of the 2011 Marrickville Medal was 8 West St, Lewisham.
  • The People's Choice Award was won by 11 Woodcourt Street, Marrickville.
  • The 2011 Special Achievement Award was presented to Don Mamouney for services to the Sidetrack Theatre, spanning approximately 30 years.

2010 Marrickville Medal winners

  • The 2010 Marrickville Medal was jointly awarded to 3 Eliza Street, Newtown and to 51 Cavendish Street, Stanmore.
  • The People's Choice Award, decided by an online vote, was won by 25 Garnet Street, Dulwich Hill.
  • The Special Achievement Award for 2010 was awarded to Barbara Le Maistre.

Previous finalists

You can download information and photos of previous finalists below:

For further information please phone Council's Heritage and Urban Design Advisor on 9335 2114.


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