While I can't get out and about as normal to take photos, I do have this one from earlier days of my blog, Richmond Town Hall.
Council amalgamations saw the City of Richmond absorbed into the City of Yarra
The are the traditional owners of the land and it was settled by white folk very early in Melbourne's history with its heavy industrial and polluting river flats, where my paternal grandfather grew up, its former slums now replaced often problematical high rise social housing, and its posh part on Richmond Hill.
Many Vietnamese and other South East Asians live in the state government high rises and while they are seen mostly in Victoria Street, along with drug dealers operating openingly, local and visiting white people like us, all seem to coalesce and not bother each other.
Anyway Richmond Town Hall is not in Victoria Street but in Bridge Road, with two tram routes travelling along the very wide street past the town hall.
Wikipedia tells me that the original town hall was built in the 1890s in the Venetian Gothic Revival style (don't ask me) but in the 1930s was remodelled with Art Deco features. As you can see at the rear, some of the original remains.
It's quite a nice building and an appropriately important town hall.
Not so great but here is a photo in its earlier guise, followed by my photo taken a few years ago. If you click on my photo, it comes out at not a bad size. I wonder how many cameras ago I took the photo.