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Architectural Style: Georgian


Campbelltown, NSW - St John's Catholic (Former)

Campbelltown, NSW - St John's Catholic (Former)

Address: 13 George Street, , Campbelltown New South Wales, 2560

A stuccoed brick Church of simple Georgian design. The arched window openings and pilasters are marked by projecting render work and quoins represent ashlar work. In 1886 it was converted to a convent school, a mezzanine floor being added at the same time. Church built by Father Therry between 1825 and 1841 an important ecclesiastical…

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Liverpool, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Liverpool, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1818

Address: 113 Northumberland Street, , Liverpool New South Wales, 2170

Simple Georgian colonial Church, constructed of sandstock bricks, with sandstone foundations, string courses and tower parapets. An early colonial Church by Francis Greenway that retains its colonial atmosphere. Foundation stone laid by Governor Macquarie in 1818.

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Prospect, NSW - St Bartholomew Anglican (Former)

Prospect, NSW - St Bartholomew Anglican (Former)

Year Built: 1841

Address: Ponds Road, , Prospect New South Wales, 2148

It is one of few remaining buildings of pure Georgian character, has most important associations with many notable pioneering families such as Lawson, Weston, Bettington and represents a community effort in early colonial period to produce, without very skilled architectural aid, a building of Georgian character. The building is a…

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Richmond, TAS - St Luke's Anglican

Richmond, TAS - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1834

Address: Church Street, , Richmond Tasmania, 7025

Of Georgian design the church is built of sandstone from a design by colonial architect John Lee Archer and erected between 1834 and 1836. The foundation stone was laid on 3 February 1834 by Governor Arthur. The church was still uncompleted when the sexton William Chambers and Mary Heyward were married on 11 March 1836. The subscribers…

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Sydney, NSW - St Jame's Anglican

Sydney, NSW - St Jame's Anglican

Year Built: 1819

Address: 173 King Street, Sydney, Sydney New South Wales, 2000

Of Georgian style the Church was constructed between 1819 and 1824 and is the oldest church building in the City. St James' is an example of the architectural work of the Macquarie period, completely designed and built by convict labour. The Foundation stone was laid by Governor Macquarie on 7 October 1819 on a site originally chosen…

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