We have passed the building often and even danced a very hot night away many years ago in our kilts at a charity ball. We have even listened in awe to Mahler's Symphony of a Thousand performed there.
This year we passed by through the lovely gardens and noticed it was open for a craft and design sale. Entry was free and the design of the items for sale, mostly made in Australia, was excellent. However, the greatest design of all was the historic building itself.
Do as we did - walk inside and gape at the ceiling, the iron work, the colours, the architecture. It is stunning. If you get the chance, climb the stairs to the first level gallery and take it all in.
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