The following article is from in Australia Inside the Church of Scientology’s New $14 Million Compound By Nelson Groom May 28 2014 This month the Australian Church of Scientology opened their renovated headquarters. It’s located in downtown Sydney in a heritage building dating back to 1908. The $14 million project has birthed an array of new and exorbitant facilities, with its sole purpose being to lure new acolytes. Historially, Scientology spread failry quickly in the land down under. After officially starting in America in 1952, there was enough of a following to hold a Scientology Congress in Melbourne by 1954. The Australian branch of the ChurchRead More →

A report in the “Property Observer” Australia: The building – no question – is beautiful. The future will again show an empty building serving just as a real estate investment with “others” money Jennifer Duke | 8 May 2014 201 Castlereagh Street, or The Church of Scientology, restored Some Sydneysiders may have walked past 201 Castlereagh Street in the past, noting the small ‘Scientology’ signs if they paid attention. However, this subtlety will be no longer, after a complete upgrade to the building and the introduction of large ‘Church of Scientology’ branding. The beautiful 1908-built structure has had two storeys added, where initially three were proposed, andRead More →