Mont Albert North, VIC - St Augustine's Anglican

Year Built: 1960

Denomination: Anglican

Saint: Augustine

Address: Corner Bundora & Rostrevor Parade, Mont Albert North, Victoria, 3129

Architect: Thomas G. Payne

Architectural Style: Modern

Traditional Owners: Wurundjeri people

Last Updated: 11/04/2024

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History and Architecture:

The Church is of rectangular form with a distinctive parabolic arch entrance to the gabled front porch. Payne designed a number of religious buildings for the Catholic Church, including St Paschal’s Chapel in Box Hill.

The foundation stone of St Augustine’s Hall was laid in April 1929 was designed by Architects Gawler and Drummond in 1929 and built by J. Jones. This prolific Melbourne firm [ Gawler and Drummond ] designed a substantial body of work for the Church of England from the mid-1910s and John Stevens Gawler himself was a local resident, parishioner, local councillor and educationalist.’



This list may not contain every serving cleric, past or present, for this church.
Further submissions welcomed.

Years Name Annotation D.o.B D.o.D
1946 - 1950 Rev William Vincent Llewellyn LLoyd 1913 1989
1950 - 1958 Rev Raymond Frank Stuart Burnett 1901 1981
1958 - 1961 Rev Harold Percy Fewtrell 1888 1969
1963 - 1972 Rev William Robert Potter
1988 - 1994 Rev H Kerr


The Organ was built in 1969 Hill by Norman & Beard. It has 2m, 3rks + mixture ext, elmag.


1. 2024 Simon Saunders provided detaisl on Architect.


1. Organ Historical Trust of Australia with permission.
2. Cable Clerical Index.