The semi-circular Council Chamber is provided with wood panelling and Art-Nouveau style electric light fittings and stained glass are features of all the main rooms.
The ceilings throughout all the main floors are ornamented with good quality plasterwork, the Great Chamber being the most elaborate.
This was probably due to the architects already having a history of sourcing consistently good quality stone from the quarries there as well as them probably having better heavy duty steam saws to handle the notoriously difficult stone.
The interior contains several varieties of English ceramic surfaces - tessalated floors and glazed ceramic wall tiles.
The Auckland Town Hall is a historic building on Queen Street in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, known both for its original and ongoing use for administrative functions (such as Council meetings and hearings), as well as for its famed Great Hall and its separate Concert Chamber.
The Town Hall and its surrounding context is highly protected as a 'Category A' heritage place in the city's district plan.
The exterior is constructed of two types of stone, the ground floor is made of a dark volcanic basalt, heavily rusticated, which contrasts with the pale stonework of the upper stories.The great four sided clock in the tower was donated by Arthur Myers MP (former Mayor) and the Pipe Organ by Sir Henry Brett.