Paddington Town Hall
Built in the late 1800s the impressive Paddington Town Hall sits at the highest point on the Oxford Street ridge. Next to the Victoria Barracks the Town Hall has a 32m high clock tower, which was completed in 1905 to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII, dominating the Paddington skyline.
Paddington Town Hall is less than 5km from central Sydney and a magnificent setting for a wide variety of events. The function space, the Stapleton Hall, is situated on level 1 and accessible by a lift and stairs.
The Stapleton Hall
The Stapleton Hall is an open-plan space with a 9m high ceiling, polished timber floor and superb acoustics. It offers guests unobstructed views from all angles making it ideal for gala dinners, wedding receptions, concerts and product launches.
The main room is complemented by an elegant foyer/reception area with bar facilities and a spacious balcony that runs the length of the building and overlooks Oxford Street. It also boasts a large commercial kitchen, green room and backstage facilities. Lighting truss, an elevated working platform and external banner rigging points are also included with venue hire.
Featuring a gracious entrance, 9-metre high ornate ceiling, art deco finishes and expansive polished floor, the Stapleton Hall can accommodate up to 500 guest banquet style and up to 750 cocktail style. The table below provides more details on capacity.