Ambiance Mackay

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Address

Shop 4, 17 Greenfields Boulevard,

Mount Pleasant QLD 4740

 
 
 
 
 
 

Trading Hours:

Monday: 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday: 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday: 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday: 09:00 - 17:00
Friday: 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday: 09:00 - 16:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 15:00

John and Debbie

Ambiance Mackay (previously known as The Outdoor Furniture Specialists) has all your outdoor living needs covered. From stylish lounges, dining settings and extension tables through to casual daybeds and occasional pieces – instore you’ll find a wide range of durable designs crafted in rich timbers, hand-woven wicker and aluminium. Debbie, the store owner is a big fan of the local Mackay Meteors and Meteorettes and is a foundation member of Mackay Basketball. Debbie likes her coffee black with no sugar. Visit the team at Ambiance Mackay to find your inspiration for your outdoor space.

REVIEWS:

nice old building but its in middle of city. so its too much traffic you need to take care if you want to take some good photos. it was hard to take timelapse here for me because there is road work going on in front of it. other that its really nice architecture with good history.
It is old historical buildind of a beautiful structure. The interior of the building is more exquisite. Modern scyscrapers on the George street hinder the view of this masterpiece building. A must visit place in the city.
Ijaz Bloach
Ijaz Bloach
09:34 26 Mar 18
A nice Town Hall building which is essentially the centre of the Sydney CBD. However it is lacking for real atmosphere both around it & inside and more should be done to make it open to the public and tourists.
Scott Mitchelmore
Scott Mitchelmore
07:24 29 Mar 18
The toilets are clean and the architecture is exquisite. It's a beautiful place.
Flame 64 Pro
Flame 64 Pro
07:46 16 Feb 18
The Town Hall has been undergoing renovation for close to 4 years now, they started in 2013 and just finished in 2017 ? I've always been impressed with the systematic and strategic placing of Sydney's most historic buildings. The Town Hall is sitting right at the heart of Sydney downtown, next to the QVB and right above its own Town Hall train station. A little known fact, this building was the reason the Sydney Opera House were built in the first place. During the growing period of theatrical productions in Aussieland, the venues in this building were too tiny to accommodate for the growing audience. So they built a dedicated building, and the Sydney Opera house was born.
z3iss IG
z3iss IG
16:33 06 Nov 17
A majestic building looking its best in the bright sunshine.
Lee Zhuang
Lee Zhuang
15:56 28 May 18
One of the best features of the most beautiful city on the planet is the Victorian Architecture. Inside and out Town Hall has been an Icon for locals and tourist for over 200 years as it's literally central to everything in the CBD. p.s. Avoid driving, public transport is amazing in Sydney.
Eric Paul Goldie
Eric Paul Goldie
14:32 29 Jun 18
The Town Hall was built in the 1880s – on the site of the former Old Sydney Burial Ground. The cemetery was Sydney's first permanent cemetery and it is estimated that at least 2000 burials were made in the Old Sydney Burial Ground between 1782 and 1820.The Town Hall was built from local Sydney sandstone in the grand Victorian Second Empire style,inspired by the French Second Empire Hotel de Ville in Paris.The Town Hall has been described as having "lavishly ornamented composition with focal tower and fanciful roofs".The building consists of the original Town Hall, mayoral suites and town clerk's offices. These were designed by J. H. Wilson in 1866, having won a civic competition to design a town hall for the rapidly-growing city. Construction of his initial designs were completed under the architectural direction of Albert Bond in 1869.Wilson also designed the interior of the original Town Hall meeting room. The clock tower was completed in 1873 to the design of E. and T. Bradbridge and whose clock was installed in 1884. The Centennial Hall and associated offices and entrances were designed by Thomas H. Sapsford in 1883,but after his death were completed by architects David McBeath, John Hennessy and George McRae in 1889.
Aman Godara
Aman Godara
14:36 03 Jul 18
Been here a couple times for concerts and shows and recently been here for my friends wedding. Absolutely stunning location for weddings so for all of your engaged people out there yes you can have a wedding at the Sydney town hall. Here's a pic of the food served that day.
Anita Lee
Anita Lee
00:23 06 Jul 18
We had an excellent tour of Town Hall one morning. It was really cool to see the inside and all the coordinating of events that happens here.
Nick Kastanis
Nick Kastanis
18:13 20 Jul 18
Stunning sandstone architecture in the heart of the city.It looks quite small from the front but it is quite a long building.Note that sometimes functions are held inside here at night, so you can’t get in.Worth popping inside to check out the beautiful interior architecture.The area around the town hall isn’t that attractive at the moment due to light rail construction however
Alik S
Alik S
09:17 03 Aug 18
A nice Town Hall building which is essentially the centre of the Sydney CBD. However it is lacking for real atmosphere both around it & inside and more should be done to make it open to the public and tourists.
Scott Mitchelmore
Scott Mitchelmore
04:31 04 Oct 18
The Sydney Town Hall is a late 19th-century building in the city of Sydney.
Kemal Siki
Kemal Siki
21:43 30 Oct 18
There is a really cool organ inside. The ceilings a very high and grand.
Ethan Williams
Ethan Williams
20:30 04 Dec 18
Sydney Townhall and its monument..streets and the places make you feel... you are in amazing places..the pubs, clubs, resturants, great shoping centres..all makes the CBD just great and experience a something different.
Rupak Neupane
Rupak Neupane
02:59 12 Dec 18
Feel the Sydney historyLot of functions held there
william chan
william chan
04:10 16 Dec 18
Great place to hang around. Happening place...
Vipul Chaudhari
Vipul Chaudhari
11:12 25 Dec 18
Ample place around to sit out take photographs. Easy access to a place but on a very busy street throughout the day. For viewing townhall see the timings and confirm access.
vivek phadke
vivek phadke
03:24 05 Feb 19
05/02/2019: After the maintenance huts were removed, the view is just spectacular!
Joseph Kevin Kaidoga
Joseph Kevin Kaidoga
07:11 05 Feb 19
A beautiful historical building Nice place to take a picture
Bonnie Kwong
Bonnie Kwong
06:55 08 Feb 19
20/2/19 better get ready.....because its my birthday
Aidan Livery
Aidan Livery
23:56 12 Feb 19
only a short work from our shop this is a great place to unwind for lunch
Sydney Aquarium
Sydney Aquarium
01:09 10 Mar 19
Went there to see the Body World Vital exhibition. A quiet and historical place. The exhibition is very educative even to the adults. But...a little bit creepy when you see the skeleton and muscle...you can hire a electronic guide for $5 extra to listen to more explanation of the items.
William Chow
William Chow
09:44 11 Mar 19
The Lord Mayor Clover Moore hosted and welcomed the international students in universities to Sydney.
Henness Wong
Henness Wong
14:52 11 Apr 19
So beautiful. It changes its lighting but i dont know why. Its just so beautiful. There are also performers in there everyday. You may watch them and give some dollars or may buy their cd's. They are all talented. So good that i experience its beauty in times that i am here in Sydney. 😍
engr. NI
engr. NI
01:33 12 Apr 19
Great iconic building in the center of the city. Very beautiful and contains lots of history. Try to visit here during Vivid festival for a good light show.
Reynaldi Hadianto
Reynaldi Hadianto
01:33 18 Apr 19
The Town Hall was built in the 1880s – on the site of the former Old Sydney Burial Ground. The cemetery was Sydney's first permanent cemetery and it is estimated that at least 2000 burials were made in the Old Sydney Burial Ground between 1782 and 1820.The Town Hall was built from local Sydney sandstone in the grand Victorian Second Empire style,inspired by the French Second Empire Hotel de Ville in Paris.The Town Hall has been described as having "lavishly ornamented composition with focal tower and fanciful roofs".The building consists of the original Town Hall, mayoral suites and town clerk's offices. These were designed by J. H. Wilson in 1866, having won a civic competition to design a town hall for the rapidly-growing city. Construction of his initial designs were completed under the architectural direction of Albert Bond in 1869.Wilson also designed the interior of the original Town Hall meeting room. The clock tower was completed in 1873 to the design of E. and T. Bradbridge and whose clock was installed in 1884. The Centennial Hall and associated offices and entrances were designed by Thomas H. Sapsford in 1883,but after his death were completed by architects David McBeath, John Hennessy and George McRae in 1889.
Lisa Bourdman
Lisa Bourdman
02:59 20 Apr 19
Nice historical building. Lights are nice at night
Jonathan Ng
Jonathan Ng
14:45 24 Apr 19
Beautiful hall with some great decoration. Great space to attend events, you know you will get some of the best atmosphere here. The sounds quality is excellent also. Town hall station right underneath and town hall house on the west side
Hana Marra Murra
Hana Marra Murra
08:12 13 May 19
Stepped out from the station, I was reminded with Melbourne (somehow) when i was visited, I saw an artist (singer) performance. This area also near with a good looking Cathedral, Woolworths and QVB.
BarelyDevi
BarelyDevi
13:45 13 May 19
Well I have not been inside. My review may change completly if I was too go inside. But as for outside. The building itself. It's a nice building to see. Some great photo opportunities of the details that make this building what it is from the outside.It's connected to the train station which is handy if you're on that side of the street.If you wanted to arrange a meeting place with anyone it's a good choice to say.. "I'll meet you at the steps of town hall" and you won't be able to miss them!You can't really avoid this place if you're in the CBD so it's worth the moment to stop and admire while walking past but to plan an outing just to see this place (from outside) will be a waste of time really.. unless it's within a plan of other things you're doing in the day then ok!\IN saying all that. I have seen at the moment in Sydney Christmas they have illuminated many buildings at night. Town Hall being one of them. I have not seen this as I was visiting in a daytime but my review could have been completly different for visiting at this time of year to see that!! It would be worth the trip in this case. I will have to check it out ;)v
Joppy Borbi
Joppy Borbi
04:34 17 May 19
Nice food. Great atmosphere
Sarah Johnson
Sarah Johnson
06:56 25 May 19
Beautiful place at night. If you're lucky you'll find a beautiful singing voice and want to sit there and listen to her sing (Busker) Shirina
Harley Brown
Harley Brown
06:01 07 Jul 19
This is nice and old architecture. The design of this building is really very good. In front of this building a small space is seen. You may find any street program there. Its just adjacent to the town hall station and the newly built light rail station.
Shirshak Dutta
Shirshak Dutta
06:49 10 Jul 19
It is not only the largest neoclassical architecture and most ornate civic structure in the late 19th century but also a historic and controversial building during those days. Built in 1880 on the site of the old Sydney’s first European cemetery, it now houses the chambers of the Lord Mayor of Sydney and other council offices and use as a meeting place and public stage for the people of Sydney and its visitors. It is a place to learn about the history of the magnificent City of Sydney.
Jean Powell
Jean Powell
07:16 08 Aug 19
Well known venue for shows like orchestra etc..the building is beautiful..it located next to QVB
iussoe
iussoe
11:54 08 Aug 19
Top place for a bushwalk along the river or a paddle in the river. Plenty of spots to have barbie or family or big group picnic. beautiful picnic areas and lovely bird life. It is not too hot there in summer as trees create a shady atmosphere, loads of parking and even ground for those who have difficulty walking. This National Park is a quiet place to have a picnic, go for a stroll or just sit by the edge of the water. It gets very busy on the weekend, for good reason.
Lenora Woods
Lenora Woods
18:25 09 Aug 19
A very nice location although, we paid an undisclosed large amount of money to rent out this location for a day (starting at 6), and we've been outside for about on hour, which is why I had time to write this review. The stage is kind of small as well but very spacious inside.
Angus Jones
Angus Jones
21:13 12 Aug 19
Dissapointed. Contacting them saying I have mobility challenges and asking about the tours. Got a default email with some tour group times and cost $10 but no details about accessibility so I can't go and won't feel welcome in the future as how could you ignore such an important aspect?
FairValue Kk
FairValue Kk
08:43 17 Aug 19
Dissapointed. Contacted them saying I have mobility challenges and asking about the tours. Got a default email with some tour group times and cost ($10) but no details about accessibility so I can't go and won't feel welcome in the future as how could you ignore such an important aspect?
FairValue Kk
FairValue Kk
04:42 25 Aug 19
Sydney Town Hall is interesting in many ways. Built in 1889, it’s an excellent example of Victorian architecture, with an extraordinary very large organ, of world renown among organists and organ music devotees. Visually great, aurally much more so. Try to visit when there’s something “on”. There’s an official website and another for ‘events’, which during 2020 and 2021 will include concerts of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. The Town Hall is in the centre of Sydney and easily accessed by train (the Sydney Underground), by bus or on foot.
Annie Jackson
Annie Jackson
15:23 03 Sep 19
Such a great Sunday meeting place and iconic too
Turlough Guerin
Turlough Guerin
19:15 04 Nov 19
Historic Town Hall..visit here last on 1996..hope to come back
Mohd Rahimi
Mohd Rahimi
00:00 10 Nov 19
It's a metro station, it's a shopping district and a lot of people work here. I stayed at a hotel right up the street on York and this was the closest station to get around Sydney. For my first time visiting, the metro system is super easy and user friendly. Opal card is all you need.
sydney wen
sydney wen
10:09 16 Nov 19
One of the historical place of Sydney, and great architecture. During my first visit, I was confused if I was in a town or some UNESCO Herritage site. From any angle, you won't feel that you are in Town. Everything is just Awesome. And the water park is also so beautiful.
Bishal Gautam
Bishal Gautam
11:27 28 Nov 19
It's a beautiful building at the centre of Sydney CBD. Worth paying a visit if you get the chance to go inside.
Alex Akash Amirji
Alex Akash Amirji
10:36 03 Dec 19
The Sydney Town Hall, an imposing and elegant architecture overlooking the city centre of Sydney, is a famous tourist attraction for it's one of the landmark of the city itself. This 19th-century edifice seems to endure through the passage of time, for its ornate walls and gleaming windows, both from its exterior and its interior, do defy the existence of any traces from the passage of time, even up to this date. It's easily accessible via public transport, notably by Light Rail for there's a station right next to it, and it's situated right in the middle of the shopping and business districts of the city. The overall environment and cleanliness here are sublime, which are always kept on par at virtually all times, thus adding on to the general experience for anyone who has visited it, all to bring with themselves a great sense of awe and amazement at the end of the day.
Mack Wong
Mack Wong
11:32 11 Dec 19

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