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Melbourne is the capital and most populous city in the state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia.

 

I don't really know what else I should say but this is one of my favourite images taken in Melbourne. Just look at it and tell us what you think.

 

Gotta love Melbourne

 

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St Kilda Rd, Melbourne, after dark.

Melbourne 3 section Combino (or "Bambino") on the third track outside the Arts Centre in St Kilda Road, 29 September 2008

I loved these daggy lamps, it's a bit like bringing the burbs into town. really cute idea.

Sharing a thought

 

Shrine of Remembrance

 

Victoria's war memorial is perhaps Australia's most impressive. Occupying a prominent, elevated site overlooking the Kings Domain on the central Swanston Street-St Kilda Road axis of the city, the Shrine was described by Ambrose Pratt on its completion in 1934 as 'a temple rising heavenwards, visible from all quarters of the compass, the last object to fade from the sight of every citizen who leaves the capital and the first to greet his return, ever reminding him of the valour of his countrymen and the glory of his country'. Though high-rise Melbourne has reduced the Shrine's visual impact, the sight line of the Shrine from the north remains protected from intrusion by surrounding buildings, and the location remains striking. Visitors ascend the hill on which the Shrine is built, climb the steps to the sanctuary and the stone of remembrance, and from the upper promenades are rewarded with a 360-degree view. The pre-eminent site accorded the Shrine, and its size and cost (£235 000 in 1934), testify to the awful legacy of war and the striking demography of grief...The Shrine, however, dominates the scene. Over the years iron leached from the silver-grey granite has bled down the pillars and walls, an arresting if unintended effect. Structural defects in the Shrine's foundations, which became apparent by the early 1990s, gave rise to a major renovation undertaken at a cost of $1.7 million. Undertaken with the renovation was the construction of a visitor centre under the northern stairs and apron, opened in 2003 by representatives of the State and federal governments, which had shared the $10 million cost. www.emelbourne.net.au/biogs/EM01372b.htm

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Reflection, Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Building used by the Australian War Cabinet during WWII, still houses the Department of Defense

Somebody's probably going to do one of those "crop suggestion" notes on this one, or suggest straightening it. I tried both; they really stuffed up the compositional balance.

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Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne

Had to do this shot sooner or later.

Between 2 and 4 am, Eureka Skydeck were offering 20% off admission and you could stay the whole morning until they closed approximately 7:15am. They were doing this as part of the White Night Melbourne festival; this is the first time they have done this.

 

I took the picture outside on the balcony through the chain link fence. Couldn't blend the fence away.

 

Inside the Eureka on the 88th floor Skydeck , the interior lights are dim however they have these big electronic LED's scrolling messages across the floor, bars with televisions, hence there's a lot of glare and reflection when taking pictures. There's a picture on someone else Flickr account where there is a similar shot but no fence or glare, skill or ,not the right equipment? Ouch must keep trying!

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

It's entirely possible that the only way to get an original shot of the Arts Centre Spire is to compose around something else.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Art Centre Melbourne, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was opened in 1982, and was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012. The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone. The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, (originally The Victorian Arts Centre), St Kilda Road, Southbank.

 

Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall) is a 2,661 seat concert hall, the largest venue in the Arts Centre complex, used for orchestra and contemporary music performances. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds, and opened in 1982. It was later renamed Hamer Hall in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer (the 39th Premier of Victoria) shortly after his death in 2004.

 

Construction on the A$128.5 million redevelopment of Hamer Hall was completed in July 2012.

 

The Hamer Hall redevelopment is the first stage of the Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered through an alliance between Arts Victoria, Major Projects Victoria, the Arts Centre, Ashton Raggatt McDougall and the Baulderstone.

 

The redevelopment of Hamer Hall includes a new outlook to the city and new connections to central Melbourne, St Kilda Road and the Yarra River, new and expanded foyer spaces, better amenities, new stairs, better disability access, escalators and lifts, and improved acoustics, new auditorium seating, and cutting-edge staging systems.

Colour film in the Isoly for the first time (at least since I've owned it, anyway).

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