Gorgeous, City Hall, fit for our capital Brisbane, which is a credit to those who made this beautiful building today.
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The visit to this iconic Brisbane landmark was extremely interesting. The guide highlighted the numerous features in the build, where raw materials were sourced from, and interesting architectural points. The visit to the area underground used in WWII was especially enlightening with the soldiers' messages...More
We visited mid week, and did the clock tower tour, which was great. Interesting information about the history of the building and clock, and trips are limited to seven people, so it was not too crowded.
Draged a reluctant hubby to the City Hall and boy did he enjoy it. We missed the guided tour but happened to sit in the auditorium when the friendly guide invited us to stay and learnet several interesting things about it. Also got tickets to...More
The city hall building is a beautifully designed architectural work. They offer a free 45 minutes tour but we missed it as we were late. Still we enjoyed going through the museum and discovered the rich history of the origins of Brisbane and its present...More
Open to the public almost every day of the year, this building truly encompasses Brisbane past and present. Whether you are just taking a look around or attending one of the many events held here each year, you will not be disappointed. Keep an eye...More
The City Hall is very interesting both inside and out as the architecture and interior have been beautifully restored. The organ is also unique. There is always a display on and it is well presented. A snack can be enjoyed at the Shingle Inn on...More
It is worth to go up to the clock tower, great experience. Pays to book a time on arrival at City Hall so not waiting for a time slot. Try to get there on a Tuesday when a free concert is scheduled. I have been...More
beautiful building in the heart of town , all sorts of interesting rooms and history at every turn , many times we have been and enjoyed
This building has been totally restored to its former glory, from basement to top of the tower. Try and be up in the clock tower at mid day you will never forget the occasion. There are concerts in the hall so make a point of...More