Paddington Reservoir Gardens is hailed as a blend of the ancient Baths of Caracalla in Rome and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Paddington Reservoir Gardens is a heritage-listed and award-winning venue. The reservoir was originally a vital source of water for the rapidly growing population in the 19th century, in 2009 re-imagined with contemporary and sustainable elements. A stunning sunken garden and preserved graffiti art are fused with original brick, timber and iron fixtures.

The Gardens can only take a maximum of 12 bookings per year and can almost exclusively be used for low-impact and temporary exhibitions.

View our image gallery for a taste of what can be created in this space.