Paddington Reservoir Gardens site of the State heritage-listed reservoir which supplied Sydney’s water from 1878 to 1899.
The gardens is two levels. The street level is accessible at all times but the lower chambers, accessible by an elevator, are only open during daylight hours.
The Gardens opened in its current form in 2009
Stroll through the immaculate gardens and wide boardwalks. There are plenty of places to sit and take in the design and uniqueness.
The roof-top features a stunning sunken garden, and vibrant graffiti art has been preserved in the eastern chamber
A great way to see the Paddington Gardens is to book a tour through a tour operator, and enjoy the Gardens.
Find great local tourism operator listing in the Sydney. Use our tourism directory to book direct.
Other New South Wales tourist destinations to visit are.
Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Country/Outback NSW, Lord Howe Island, North Coast, South Coast.