Interior view of Centennial Hall facing the grand organ.
The Druitt Street entry features columns, tiled mosaic floor and wall boards that list former lord mayors of the city.
From a high pitched ornate ceiling hangs a chandelier over parquetry floors.

The largest and most ornate late 19th century civic building in Australia is renowned for its high Victorian interiors and rich decoration.


  • Guided tours not included

    Tours of the building are not available at the moment.

  • Close to transport included

    Public transport nearby.


  • Wheelchair access included

  • Hearing support system included

  • Onsite mobility parking included

    If you hold an approved permit, you can park free for a certain period of time in designated parking zones.

  • Level access entrance included

    Accessible entry to Sydney Town Hall is available from Druitt Street. Directional signs are located around the building.

What’s On

  • Wed17Jul

    What’s On

    Sydney Town Hall organ recitals
    Be enchanted by the magic of Sydney Town Hall's grand organ, at a free concert in the heart of the city
    Sydney Town Hall
  • Sat20Jul

    What’s On

    Rachmaninoff’s Vespers
    Lie back on a yoga mat and immerse yourself in the sumptuous and captivating beauty of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil
    Sydney Town Hall
  • Wed31Jul

    What’s On

    Ryan Holiday Live: The Stoic Life
    Ryan’s talks are inspirational, full of powerful educational insights that leave attendees energised to grow
    Sydney Town Hall
  • Thu1Aug

    What’s On

    CityTalks: What is driving Sydney's future prosperity?
    Join the discussion at our free CityTalks
    Sydney Town Hall