Save our sirius
Friday Night Sirius
Join us from 4pm Friday 2nd June to celebrate Sirius. Bring your Friday drinks to Sirius, we will put on the BBQ.
This Is Sirius – Art Exhibition
An exhibition celebrating Sirius and its residents Annie Wyatt room, National Trust, Observatory Hill 9 June to 16 June
People love Sirius, and have created artworks, tea towels, pins, and posters. Here is a collection of items available to buy online.
Join A Tour
Join a walking tour of Sirius with the original architect Tao Gofers!
Sign Our Petition
Minister Speakman: Save Sirius: a rare architectural icon of inclusion & community
Share your stories and photos of Sirius on social media with #SaveOurSirius
Sirius Photo Gallery
Photos of Sirius
The people of sirius
Learn about the people of Sirius, and the rich community history of The Rocks and Millers Point.
Read about the architectural, cultural, and heritage significance of Sirius.
Sirius Art Gallery
View some of the amazing artwork by Save Our Sirius supporters
Save Our Sirius Foundation
Fighting for Heritage Listing
The Save Our Sirius Foundation believes the Minister for Heritage has not made the necessary and proper considerations on relevant matters in rejecting the Heritage Council's recommendation to list Sirius Apartments on the State Heritage Register.
We will be asking the Environmental Defenders Office to launch a legal action to have the Minister's decision reviewed and annulled. Forcing the Minister and the Government to give due weight to the relevant facts in re-making their decision. We must remember the Heritage Council voted unanimously to recommend Sirius for listing on the State Heritage Register on the grounds of: Aesthetics (exemplar Brutalist Architecture), and History with the Green Bans movement within The Rocks. Minister Mark Speakman rejects the Heritage Council's recommendation, whilst admitting the heritage, said he preferred the money instead. Saying "I am not [heritage] listing it because, whatever its heritage value, even at its highest, that value is greatly outweighed by what would be a huge loss of extra funds from the saleof the site."