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Well how lovely it was to see this restored beauty.
So close to the city, peaceful, lovely to walk around and see the new modern but carefully detailed historical land mark. Unfortunately the bottom section was closed to the general public, has been a victim...More
It wasn’t easy to secure the water of Sydney in the 19th century. They succeeded. In the 1930s.
The city decided to make the water reservoir into a park. Mixed with former structures, nature took over and now we now have a beautiful garden. I...More
We went to see this place after reading about it on the internet. What a lovely place to go and chill out. It used to be the water storage area for Paddington and surrounds. The gardens are so nice and there are even deck chairs...More
Lovely area made out of an old water reservoir.. beautifully landscaped, with seating and areas that are perfect for photos..in fact there was a bride and groom having photos in there..peaceful and surprising..take the time to walk down the steps for a good look..there’s a...More
I wouldn’t specifically go out of your way to go and see it but it is a nice green area to sit and read for half an hour or so. It’s gorgeous with character with, potentially, an art installation on display depending on when you...More
We were disappointed with the gardens. Whilst it maybe a nice place to sit and be tranquil to actually go specifically to visit it is a waste of time. Parking was difficult and we spent about 10 minutes walking around. Unfortunately the most interesting part...More
Brilliant reuse of a hole in the ground left by the historic water reservoir. Now a sun-drenched community space adding value to the neighbouring apartments and offering respite to visitors of Oxford Street, Paddington. Worth a visit.
Tip: anyone can sneak in here take a seat in the sun relax; play with phone or in my case complete Spanish homework 📚 Bonus when stunning exhibition on. Has enhanced my experience of neighbourhood to have access to this lovely space
Named after its London namesake, the suburb of Paddington showcases streets lined with restored Victorian terrace houses with very distinctive features, like high ceilings and cast-iron balconies. It is home to some of Sydney’s most prestigious art galleries, including the Wagner Art Gallery and the Butler Good Gallery, as well as the tourist attraction, Paddington Markets, located in the grounds
surrounding the Paddington Uniting Church and Paddington Public School. Paddington is a hub for high-end shopping featuring famous contemporary Australian designers, as well as up-market spas. Foodies are drawn to Paddington for well-known Australian chefs, modern and traditional Italian food, fantastic coffee, passionate brewers and even handmade chocolates.