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This is an image of Bunnik Tours Head Office in A

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first_imgThis is an image of Bunnik Tours’ Head Office in Adelaide … BEFORE.Stroll past 45 Flinders Street Adelaide now and you would be hard pressed to miss the new-look building on the block!18-months in the making, the last pieces of scaffolding were finally removed last week from Bunnik Tours’ head office, which makes a bold statement among its neutral-toned neighbours. Bunnik Tours took inspiration from their travels around the world and added some much-needed colour into the CBD, treating the 1928 building to love, repair and a liberal flourish of red!“When we travel the world, we see the most amazingly colourful buildings of Scandinavia, Italy, South America and Jodhpur in India. We really wanted to bring that back to Adelaide and add some colour to our home town,” says founder Marion Bunnik.“In going with the bright red and cream colour scheme, we have brought the building’s original ornate features to life. I believe the original architect would be very happy with the result.” Bunnik Tours Prior to the external work, Bunnik Tours renovated the building’s entire interior including its imposing grand ballroom, which was fitted with a stage and is now home to various events, including fringe shows in previous years.“Since we have started painting we have noticed many people stopping to take photos, it has become quite the attraction. We proudly call Adelaide home, so are very happy to have played our part in adding a bit of colour to the city.”last_img

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