The Sydney Town Hall is a late 19th-century heritage-listed town hall building in the city of Sydney, the capital city of New South Wales, Australia, housing the chambers of the Lord Mayor of Sydney, council offices, and venues for meetings and functions. It is located at 483 George Street, in the Sydney central business district opposite the Queen Victoria Building and alongside St Andrew's Cathedral. Sited above the Town Hall station and between the city shopping and entertainment precincts, the steps of the Town Hall are a popular meeting place.
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Anita Lee | Jul 6, 2018
Been here a couple times for concerts and shows and recently been here for my friends wedding. Absolutely stunning location for weddings so for all of your engaged people out there yes you can have a wedding at the Sydney town hall. Here's a pic of the food served that day.
Nick Kastanis | Jul 20, 2018
We had an excellent tour of Town Hall one morning. It was really cool to see the inside and all the coordinating of events that happens here.
ऑस्ट्रेलिया की खोज करें | Apr 26, 2018
nice old building but its in middle of city. so its too much traffic you need to take care if you want to take some good photos. it was hard to take timelapse here for me because there is road work going on in front of it. other that its really nice architecture with good history.
Eric Paul Goldie | Jun 29, 2018
One of the best features of the most beautiful city on the planet is the Victorian Architecture. Inside and out Town Hall has been an Icon for locals and tourist for over 200 years as it's literally central to everything in the CBD. p.s. Avoid driving, public transport is amazing in Sydney.
Aman Godara | Jul 3, 2018
The Town Hall was built in the 1880s – on the site of the former Old Sydney Burial Ground. The cemetery was Sydney's first permanent cemetery and it is estimated that at least 2000 burials were made in the Old Sydney Burial Ground between 1782 and 1820. The Town Hall was built from local Sydney sandstone in the grand Victorian Second Empire style,inspired by the French Second Empire Hotel de Ville in Paris.The Town Hall has been described as having "lavishly ornamented composition with focal tower and fanciful roofs".The building consists of the original Town Hall, mayoral suites and town clerk's offices. These were designed by J. H. Wilson in 1866, having won a civic competition to design a town hall for the rapidly-growing city. Construction of his initial designs were completed under the architectural direction of Albert Bond in 1869.Wilson also designed the interior of the original Town Hall meeting room. The clock tower was completed in 1873 to the design of E. and T. Bradbridge and whose clock was installed in 1884. The Centennial Hall and associated offices and entrances were designed by Thomas H. Sapsford in 1883,but after his death were completed by architects David McBeath, John Hennessy and George McRae in 1889.
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