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Callan Park

The former Rozelle Psychiatric Hospital site, commonly known as Callan Park, is a 60-hectare site on the Parramatta River in the Inner West Council Local Government Area. It is a historically significant place containing a mix of open space and heritage buildings used by the public for educational, health or not-for-profit purposes.

On 29 May 2015, responsibility for the Callan Park (Special Provisions) Act 2002 transferred to the Minister for the Environment.

The site is owned by NSW Health. The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is responsible for the care, control and management of Callan Park.

Commercial filming and photography at Callan Park

Buildings 209 and 210 are unavailable for commercial filming and photography till March 2018.

To obtain permission for commercial filming and photography at Callan Park, you must submit:  

OEH will assess your application once all the required information is received, and we will notify you if your application is successful. A bond and usage fees are payable upon approval of the application. Once all fees have been received, OEH will issue an agreement which authorises your activity and includes all conditions relating to the filming or photography.

For all other enquiries about OEH’s role at Callan Park, please contact callan.park@environment.nsw.gov.au.

Private ceremonies at Callan Park

To apply permission to hold private ceremonies at Callan Park, please complete the application form (DOCX 81KB) and email it to callan.park@environment.nsw.gov.au.

 

 

Page last updated: 03 May 2017