Paddington Town Hall

Paddington Town Hall

Paddington Town Hall is a building in Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Sir Henry Parkes laid its foundation stone in 1890 when Paddington was a separate municipality. It opened in 1891 and remains a distinctive example of Victorian architecture in Sydney. The clock tower is 32 metres high and being on the ridge of Oxford Street, dominates the skyline.Built in 1891 the impressive Paddington Town Hall sits at the highest point on the Oxford Street ridge. Next to the Victoria Barracks the Town Hall has a 32m high clock tower, which was completed in 1905 to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII, dominating the Paddington skyline.Built in 1891 the impressive Paddington Town Hall sits at the highest point on the Oxford Street ridge. Next to the Victoria Barracks the Town Hall has a 32m high clock tower, which was completed in 1905 to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII, dominating the Paddington skyline.

Built in 1891 the impressive Paddington Town Hall sits at the highest point on the Oxford Street ridge. Next to the Victoria Barracks the Town Hall has a 32m high clock tower, which was completed in 1905 to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII, dominating the Paddington skyline.