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Maryborough City Hall

Maryborough City Hall

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About Maryborough City Hall

Designed by Brisbane architects Hall and Dods in American colonial style, Maryborough City Hall was erected in 1908 to replace the original timber Town Hall which stood on the opposite side of Kent Street. The exterior was built with locally made Meredith bricks and red cedar was used extensively throughout the interior. In 1935 the clock tower, curtain tower and stage were added.

The auditorium features a semi-circular barrel-vault ceiling. Elaborate classical detail adorns the stage, columns and the proscenium and features Maryborough’s city emblem – the Crimson Bottlebrush. The Hall was restored and refurbished in early 1990.

Call in to the Visitor Information Centre at City Hall, enjoy a free daily guided heritage walking tour or see the firing of the time cannon each Thursday on the City Hall Green.

Accessibility Information

There are two ramps, one to the left and one to the right of the front of the building that provide access to the front entry. A disability access lift allows access to rooms located on the upper floors and to the gallery space. The building has an accessible toilet facility. Disabled parking is available diagonally opposite City Hall on the corner of Kent and Lennox Streets. A disabled toilet is also available in the car park. The visitor information centre is located in City Hall. It has a signed entrance that is accessible by stairs only. Wheelchair access to the centre is through the main entrance to City Hall and via the first corridor on the right off the main foyer.


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