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Australian Centre for Photography

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January 02, 2016
Local Photography centre and has regular exhibitions. If you're in Sydney for a long period they do great photographic courses
April 14, 2015
Great photography exhibitions and workshops in the centre of Paddington
April 01, 2015
Photography Gallery
March 09, 2015
Always worth stopping by....its free and there are often interesting exhibitions
July 16, 2013
Great gallery for Photography enthusiasts

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“Friendly waiters who will do their best to accommodate your group, need to book to secure your seats!”
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“Buy a half loaf of "Miche" bread (unsliced) - best ever! Coffee is always good :)”
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“Another local pub, they have meal deals through the week and trivia on Monday's”
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Juice Bar
“If you're up to a unique coffee and healthy snack experience, you should definitely have a try at this organic cafe. They offer a wide variety of natural essentials, and also a chilled, sunny spot where you can soak up the relaxing vibes.”
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“The place is important in demonstrating the course, or pattern, of cultural or natural history in New South Wales. Paddington Reservoir is an integral part of the original Sydney Water Supply System and is a unique example of construction methods and technology advances in Australia in the nineteenth century. The two reservoirs of the Botany Swamps Scheme, Crown Street and Paddington are thought to have been designed in the early 1850s by Edward Bell, the City Engineer.[2] In 2006 architects Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and landscape architects JMD Design began work to conserve, restore and reuse the space of the then derelict Paddington Reservoir. The facility reopened in 2008 as a sunken garden with rooftop reserve above the preserved eastern chamber. The facility integrates the remains of the original brick, timber and iron structure with modern elements of sculptural, structural and functional significance which provide access to the sunken garden via stairs and an elevator as well as ramped access to the rooftop reserve.”
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Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
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