Paddington Reservoir Gardens
Opened to much architectural acclaim in 2008, this impressive park makes use of Paddington's long-abandoned 1866 water reservoir,...
Paddington’s oldest home (1824), this restored Georgian mansion was built by Robert Cooper with profits from his gin business (he named...
Sydney Football Stadium
It's now officially named after an insurance company but these naming rights change periodically, so we'll stick with the...
The revamped Chauvel Cinema, located inside the historic Paddington Town Hall, strives to offer distinct and alternative cinema...
Join the air-kissing, perennially dieting local ladies who lunch at this, their favourite cafe. The sushi is excellent, the sashimi...
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Victoria Barracks information
A manicured malarial vision from the peak of the British Empire (built 1841 to 1848), these Georgian buildings have been called the finest of their kind in the colonies. Tours take in a flag-raising ceremony, a marching band (weather permitting) and the paraphernalia-packed war museum. Good disabled access.