The Swans’ vision is to deliver a world-class facility that respects the cultural, architectural and heritage significance of the site, while balancing community needs with high-performance sport.
APP was appointed to project manage the development which sees the iconic Royal Hall of Industries at Moore Park transformed into the new home for the Sydney Swans' elite men's and women's teams, as well as more than 700 young athletes, boys and girls, engaged in the QBE Sydney Swans Academy.
An international standard netball court and training facility will be constructed, catering to community and elite players, while also providing valuable infrastructure for the 2027 Netball World Cup, to be hosted in NSW.
Community sits at the core of the project. In addition to providing a new meeting place for the Swans community of more than 50,000 members and our more than one million fans, the Sydney Swans HQ will also be home to Indigenous focused not-for-profits’ the GO Foundation and Clontarf Foundation. It is intended that an Australian Red Cross Lifeblood donor centre is housed within the facility, which could become an important blood collection hub in Sydney’s east.
Sydney Swans HQ is slated for completion in 2022.