'What we have here in western Sydney or south-west Sydney electorates is just a perspective of people again - because of their cultural and religious diversity - that is different...
It closed at some point prior to June 2006, when it was leased to the Real World production, which held the lease until June 2007.
The building and the rest of the Darling Walk Complex were demolished in late 2008, to be replaced by a 0 million development that will include Commonwealth Bank of Australia global headquarters buildings, retail space, and a new park.
The only other major region to follow suit was outback Queensland, a traditionally conservative area.
Two of the country's most respected analysts argued major reasons behind western Sydney's surprise result were its cultural diversity and large migrant population.
The country as a whole voted 61.6% in favour of gay marriage, and 34% against it, Australian Bureau of Statistics boss David Kalisch announced.
At 57.8%, New South Wales had the lowest Yes vote of all the states and territories.
Keysar Trad, the spokesman for the Islamic Friendship Association, said: 'It's not just Muslims'.
He pointed out his area of south-west Sydney, which reported some of the largest No vote totals, was home to churches, including of the Orthodox and Maronite variety.'What this shows it the clergy of all faiths can be successful in educating their parishioners as to what this is all about,' Mr Trad said.
'They're religious areas and culturally diverse areas - they seem to be the factors.'Mr Mc Crindle doubted the high vote totals in these areas were a reflection of the success of the No campaign.'I think...
any No campaigning has been pretty minimal and not particularly strong in either organisation or impact.
Cohutta is a self-employed contractor who builds log homes for a living.