Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Paddington, Reservoir Gardens

An entrance to the Paddington Reservoir Gardens, on the corner of Oxford Street and Oatley Road, in the inner city suburb of Paddington. The heritage listed reservoir was built in 1866 as a vital source of water but ceased supplying water in 1899. It was redeveloped in 2009 to create an urban sanctuary with lawns, flower beds, shaded seating and a fish pond water feature.


  1. A very attractive building. I like the idea of it being used as an urban sanctuary.

  2. Coming from Our World, wow, an impressive construction! Hope to also see your capture at All Seasons before Friday noon this week! Greetings from the rainy mountains of California:) Junieper/Jesh
    PS. Also my thanks for your weekend reflection last week on my blog!

    1. Was delighted to see this awesome building structure on All Seasons, making full use of the environments! Many thanks and have a great week of discovery!

  3. Wonderful composition of the beautiful entrance ~ great shot!

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  4. What a great capture.

    Worth a Thousand Words

  5. I love when older structures are re-used and made beautiful.


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