CEO : Tim Russell
4326 Bundarra Rd
ABN: 68 716 442 733 NSW lic: 203388C
P: 02 67214424
F: 02 67214424
E: Email, Dominico Blue
When you visit the Dominico Blue web-site you will find many building projects that the company has undertaken in north western New South Wales (NSW).
From a Kytherian and Hellenic point of view, the most important is a refurbishment and extension to the Roxy Complex in Bingara, NSW - including the Roxy Cafe, on the ground floor, and the Roxy Museum on the first floor, above the cafe.
The Roxy Project
The brief for this project was to refurbish and reinstate the existing building next to the Roxy Theatre back its former glory - the 1936 Peters & Co, Greek Cafe. The building interior obviously had been totally removed and used for several different purposes over the years. Fortunately some of the former internal wall panelling had been found in a farmer's shed, and photo's indicated the extent of work that was required. The cafe is now ready for operation and the Greek community is more than happy to have this building restored and operational. It has become a Kytherian and Hellenic memorial, sacred site, and pilgrimage site. A proud addition to the Kytherian and Hellenic heritage in Australia.
Project Cost: $750k
Roxy Website Main Page
Roxy Theatre, Main Page
Roxy Café, Main Page
Roxy Museum, Main Page
Katsehamos and the Great Idea, the Book
Restoration of Kytherian and Hellenic Sacred sites
Buffer Map of the distances from Bingara to major cities of Kytherian and Hellenic population