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Retail and office building on the corner of Hay and Sussex Streets in Haymarket that was originallly built as a temperance hotel called the Great Western Coffee Palace on land resumed for slum clearance. It became a licensed hotel in 1916 and renamed the Burlington Hotel. In 1965 it was the scene of a demonstration protesting against the hotel's policy to refuse admission to Aboriginal patrons. In the 1980s it was converted into the Kien Hay Centre, containing retail and offices.