Brisbane City Hall

Graeme  Hyde

Ulverstone, Australia

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Once the tallest building in Brisbane (Capital of Queensland), the Brisbane City Hall was opened in 1930. It is located adjacent to King George Square between Ann and Adelaide Streets.
( 654 viewings at 7 March 2018)

The total cost of the project including furniture, fitout and furnishing was ₤1,000,000.
Brisbane City Hall has an imposing 70 m clock tower (rising 91 m above ground level), based on the design of the St Mark’s Campanile in Venice, Italy. The four clock faces on each side of the tower are the largest in Australia and the Westminster Chimes sound on the quarter hour. The sculpture above the portico and entrance, known as the tympanum, was carved by noted Brisbane sculptor Daphne Mayo in the early 1930s.

Featured in “All around Brisbane” & “Historic Sites”

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