Demolition at Seven’s Epping studios

TV history goes under the wrecker's ball as demolition begins at Channel Seven's former home at Epping.

Demolition has begun this week at Channel Seven’s former home at Epping.

This photo was posted by Sunrise on their Twitter feed.

“Using Gladiator props as wrecking balls?” they asked.

ATN7 opened in 1956 at Mobbs Lane, Epping, and later expanded with five studios for shows including The Mavis Brampton Show, Seven News, Kingswood Country, Rafferty’s Rules, Wheel of Fortune, Sons and Daughters, A Country Practice, Hey Dad!, Sunrise, 11AM, All Saints, Home and Away and Packed to the Rafters.

The studios closed earlier this year when new facilities opened at Australian Technology Park in Redfern.

The site is set to become a housing development.

Source: Sunrise

9 Responses

  1. Technically, Seven is in Eveleigh and that’s certainly the suburb address for Australian Technology Park which houses Seven. It just seems more hipster to say Redfern? I’m glad I saw the old building inside. It was sure a maze in parts.

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