We’re redeveloping the site at 33 Saxon St, Brunswick. Part of the redevelopment is a large open space that can be used by everyone. We want to work with the community to make sure this space is useful, useable and well loved.


33 Saxon Street currently operates as Siteworks and Blak Dot Gallery. The much loved community and creative space is part of the Civic and Cultural Precinct and the Brunswick Design District.

Since 2016, Siteworks and Blak Dot Gallery have transformed the old school site at 33 Saxon Street into a vibrant creative and community hub. The site used to be a school and the buildings are old and were not built for the purpose they are currently being used for.

It's time to give it a makeover. We are going to redevelop 33 Saxon Street over the next few years to transform it into a state-of-the-art community and creative facility that supports our creative industries.

You can find out more about the site and redevelopment of 33 Saxon Street on our website.

How you can help

As part of changes happening at the site, we are asking you, our community to help us design the future open public space at the site so that it can be enjoyed by everyone.

We already know the open space will include the ability to host outdoor events, promote passive recreation and support creative uses of the site. Now we want to know how you might like to use the site and what features you would like to see.

Tell us your thoughts by filling out the short survey below.

The community ideas that we gather will inform a Concept Plan for the future of the site, that will then be presented to Council.

Images of the site at 33 Saxon Street

This is what 33 Saxon Street and surrounds look like now.