Sydney Town Hall symbolically reflects the city's origins as Australia's oldest settlement. While the building was ... More
Sydney Town Hall
Sydney Town Hall symbolically reflects the city's origins as Australia's oldest settlement. While the building was constructed in two stages between 1866-75 and 1883-88, the latter, with its Second Empire architecture and ornate clock tower, is more visually significant. Guided tours of the site depart from the Town Hall steps. These require a minimum of 15 participants per tour. Highlights include the Vestibule, the Centennial Hall, the North and South Staircases, the Council Chambers and the Lady Mayoress' Room, together with the Town Hall's extensive collection of paintings and silverware.
Gradually , I really enjoy Town Hall . There are several shops 4 u 2 enjoy and spend time all day .
there r lots of different of shops to buy stuff and I bet that ur gonna like this impressive place as me .
- U can hang out with ur buddies to have a drink or meal , relaxing after skul
- u can buy different clothes with various prices
- or u can stop at the bookshop in THE GALLERIES VICTORIA to read interesting comics
Anyway , u'll know how u feel when u experience it ...
its so brilliant there's so much detail,the atmosphere is chilling its so old and victorian style and did i mention the detail.so many things to see in there the accostics are wonderful you see i sang there so its like what i imagine heaven to be like
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