The Dictionary of Sydney was archived in 2021.
Pyrmont Community Centre
Two storey brick block which provided amenities as well as education. It was only at school that many children were able to have showers and proper baths, and the building of the school gymnasium in 1919 was a boon to the budding champion athletes of Pyrmont. But from a peak of 650 students in 1920, the number fell to 245 in 1933 as houses were demolished for woolstores and flour mills, and the school was closed. It is now a community centre.