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We visited this area as part of the Western Wildflower Season, and were greatly surprised when we visited the Church of Our Lady of Mt Carmel Church, which incorporated a lovely walk to and fro from it.
Arrived too late to visit inside the church, and found out later that its not easy to get to tour anyway, but well worth taking a look at the architecture of the church.
Took some photos from outside. Beautiful.
The church was built by Monsignor...More
Although it is difficult to get a chance to tour this marvelous location it is worth while to try to do so. Full of the rich history of it's designer and builder Monsignor John Hawes, Our Lady of Mt Carmel Church is an exquisite piece...More
This intriguing church is well worth a visit. Perhaps sharing distant links to Gaudi's eccentric designs, M Hawes mental and physical metal would have been tested by this design and built task.
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Mullewa is a sad place these days, many people having left the area, and limited resources. As it was out of season I made prior arrangements to be met and shown the Priesthouse Museum and OLMC church, Hawes' absolute gem. I did the really good...More
This Church was designed and built by priest-architect Monsignor John Hawes during his 22 years stay in Mullewa. It is considered to be one of his finest designs and is classified by the National Trust. We were lucky enough to be able to view the...More
Saw the top of church from a distance and went to take a closer look. It was amazing. All locked up but as we were looking around the grounds a gentleman came out and asked if we would like to look inside. What an amazing...More
We were privileged to take a tour of the priest's home and the church, both designed and built by the highly tallented priest Monsignor Jihn Hawes. The building is a wonderful structure that demonstrates the excellent design skills and building prowess of John Hawes. The...More