Adelaide City Hall is just to the east of the north of Victoria Square. It is a classical building. It can be seen that after maintenance, the city hall dares not enter. It can only take pictures outside. It must not be accessible. It is the office of the city government.
Adelaide City Hall is not big, architectural decoration is relatively simple, sandstone style, you can see.
The city hall has a long history, and a good visit will surely bring many surprises.
I like this Adelaide Town Hall. Its architectural style is very grand.
Adelaide City Hall was designed by Edmund & White and Edward & Woods. It was built in 1863 and the clock was completed in 1935. Adelaide Town Hall is the South Australian state venue of the founding meeting of the Federal Union of Australia held on August 1, 1895. It is worth mentioning that a large number of women were allowed to attend the meeting for the first time.
The square and road in front of the building are very clean.