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Stunning Historic Church

Stunning old church with interesting photos and plaques. The windows were beautiful and the stained... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2018
Juggernaut42
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Melbourne, Australia
We celebrated Easter Sunday here (2017)

Welcoming and friendly local church, with a significant local history. The stained glass windows... read more

Reviewed 25 April 2017
Robyn H
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Melbourne, Australia
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27 Jan 2018
“Stunning Historic Church”
24 Apr 2017
“We celebrated Easter Sunday here (2017)”
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cnr Mercer and Hobson Sts, Queenscliff, Victoria 3225, Australia
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Reviewed 28 January 2018

Stunning old church with interesting photos and plaques. The windows were beautiful and the stained glass created stunning light effects inside. I can imagine the views are stunning and would have been a fantastic focal point in it's heyday. Would love to get the view...More

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Reviewed 25 April 2017

Welcoming and friendly local church, with a significant local history. The stained glass windows are indicative of the primary production (fishing, livestock) settlement of the area, together with those who gave their lives in service during the two world wars. A step back in time...More

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Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

designed in the English Gothic style by architect Albert Purchas who also designed a large number of churches in melbourne. very pretty church thats popular for weddings

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Reviewed 10 February 2016

This beautiful little church was built in 1863 and the chancel was extended and the tower added in 1878. The interesting looking Parish [originally 'School Hall'] building is more 'Victorian' in style. It is certainly the most attractive church in Queenscliff and has some lovely...More

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