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NORMAN PARK SUBSTATION NO.9

NORMAN PARK SUBSTATION NO.9

In 2007 Metro Arts launched its satellite facility in Norman Park, 6km from Brisbane’s CBD, providing much needed additional and affordable artist studios for creative practitioners in Brisbane’s inner South-East. The facility is close to bus services and the Norman Park Ferry Stop (which runs between Norman Park and New Farm Park).

Originally built as a substation for the Brisbane tramways network, the Norman Park facility has been thoughtfully refurbished to preserve many of the original fixtures.

ADDRESS

97 Wynnum Road, Norman Park

The Norman Park facility was established as an initiative of Metro Arts, Brisbane City Council and Arts Queensland through the Gritty Places program and continues with the support of Brisbane City Council. The Substation provides much needed space and opportunities for Brisbane artists and is a valuable part of the local community and its creative culture. 

 

In 2019 Norman Park Substation was refurbished and now has a large kitchen and communal meeting area. This project was proudly funded by a Building Stronger Communities grant from the Brisbane City Council, and supported by the Lord Mayor’s Community Fund. 

FERRYMAN’S HUT TENERIFFE

FERRYMAN’S HUT TENERIFFE

In 2017 Metro Arts became the new managers of The Ferryman’s Hut at Teneriffe, which will provide additional and affordable space for creative practitioners. The facility is close to bus services and the Teneriffe Ferry Stop. The Ferryman’s Hut is a creative space for creative practitioners, and is ideal for rehearsals, workshops, seminars, small meetings, photo shoots, and creative developments.

For availability and pricing, please email info@metroarts.com.au 

SIZE

65 sq/m 

ADDRESS

29 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe

FEATURES

Timber flooring
Large windows
Natural light
Located on Brisbane River
Full disability access