Williamstown Beach Dressing Pavilion


Williamstown Beach Dressing Pavilion was built in 1936 and is one of the few pre World War 2 seaside bathing pavilions in Australia.

This art deco classic, synonymous with entertainment buildings such as the Yarraville Sun Cinema, was restored back to its former glory in 1993. Home to the long-established Sirens restaurant, followed by Shelly’s, a new restaurant is set to open up late 2018.

Hand embossed, signed and numbered - Limited edition of only 20 of each size and colour in A4 & A3, and 5 for A2.

This illustration has been designed and printed in Melbourne, Australia, on a high quality white textured stock and is packed flat on heavy weight cardboard and inside a cellophane sleeve. FREE Delivery anywhere in Australia.

Frame not included.