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Paddington Review

Most of this suburb's elegant two-story terrace houses were built during the 1880s, when the colony experienced a long period of economic growth following the gold rushes that began in the 1860s. The balconies are trimmed with decorative wrought iron, sometimes known as Paddington lace, which initially came from England and later from Australian foundries. Rebuilt and repainted, the now-stylish Paddington terrace houses give the area its characteristic village-like charm. The Oxford Street shopping strip is full of upscale and funky boutiques, cafés, and several good pubs.

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  • Address: Oxford St., between Boundary and Queen Sts. Paddington, Sydney, NSW 2010 | Map It
  • Location: The Eastern Suburbs
Updated: 01-15-2014

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