Queen Victoria Building
The QVB, or Queen Victoria Building, was constructed in 1898 by architect George McRae amidst a harsh recession in Sydney. Originally intended to replace the city's markets, the building stands as a tribute to Queen Victoria's reign. Despite the challenging circumstances, McRae, at the age of 28, successfully designed this iconic structure that has become an affectionate landmark known as the QVB.
QVB in Sydney offers captivating self-guided visits, showcasing its rich history and architectural marvels....