Rosary School Hall
The Rosary School Hall was established by the Dominican Sisters in 1908 and was built by Woods Bagot.
The hall served as the Rosary School’s original school building and as the Catholic church for the Prospect area until 1937.
Despite its relative importance, the building is neither locally nor state heritage listed.
In May 2022, the school revealed plans which would see the near total demolition of the school hall – only a small section of the façade would be retained.
In response, a group of concerned citizens made up of past and current parents, old scholars, parishioners and heritage advocates established the Friends of Rosary Hall to oppose the demolition of the building.
To view the proposed plans, follow this link: http://https://tinyurl.com/ys542xm7
To view the campaign website, or sihttp://https://tinyurl.com/ys542xm7gn the petition, click here: https://apgraves71.wixsite.com/save-rosary-hall
You can also e-mail your feedback on the plan to firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo courtesy of Anna Graves from the Friends of Rosary Hall.