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Footscray Town Hall

Architect: Joseph Plottel

City of Maribyrnong | M02

The Footscray Town Hall is the only known example of the American Romanesque style applied to a civic building in Victoria and was a most lavish building in a suburb emerging from the depression and still mainly built of weatherboard and corrugated iron. Its interior is a fine example of the Streamline Moderne style.

Need to Know

  • Open: Sat 1pm-4pm & Sun 10am-1pm

  • What's Open: Original heritage sections only, meeting rooms, council chambers, reception area, portico

  • Tour Details: Tours Sat 1pm and 3pm. Sun 10am and 12pm, running for 40minutes, in groups of 40

  • Building Type: Government

  • Facilities: Toilets

  • Access: Pram accessible, Fully accessible

  • Year Built: 1936

  • Transport: Stop 64: Leeds St/Irving St on route 82.

  • Tour Type: Guided, queue

Location

61 Napier St, Footscray 3011, VIC

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