The Sister Una McAllister Centre serves the College community both as the Chapel and recital centre, and as a place for the practice and performance of music. The building’s lightweight steel structure perches on a steep embankment with views out across the landscape to Diamond Creek. Exposed aggregate concrete block grounds the building, with the upper floor kept light with glass and aluminium cladding. Timber lining boards provide warmth to the enveloping entry and foyer.
The building comprises the multi-purpose foyer / function room, double height chapel and recital space, with sculptures by Pauline Clayton and glass installations by Janusz and Magda Kuzbicki, Sacristy, two music classrooms, six music tutorial rooms, staff room and landscaping by Rush Wright.