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Greenthorpe, NSW - St James Anglican

Greenthorpe, NSW - St James Anglican

Year Built: 1910

Address: Tyagong Road, , Greenethorpe New South Wales, 2809

The Foundation stone was laid on 3 June 1910 by the Bishop of Goulburn.

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Grenfell, NSW - Holy Trinity Anglican

Grenfell, NSW - Holy Trinity Anglican

Year Built: 1877

Address: Middle Street, , Grenfell New South Wales, 2810

The first church was a wooden structure built in 1867 and located at the corner of Forbes and Middle Street. By 1877 tenders were called for a new church and the foundation stone was laid on 24 May. A further foundation stone replaced the original one on 26 January 1878 and laid by Mr J.B. Wood. The architect was John Kirkpatrick. The…

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Greta, VIC - Christ Church Anglican

Greta, VIC - Christ Church Anglican

Address: 1317 Wangaratta Kilfeera Road, , Greta Victoria, 3675

The church was opened on 6 March 1890. The church is part of the Moyhu Parish. A second church was erected in 1915 after termites destroyed the first church.

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Gretna, TAS - St Mary's Anglican

Gretna, TAS - St Mary's Anglican

Year Built: 1848

Address: 31 Church Road, , Gretna Tasmania, 7140

Gretna was called Stoney Hut Plains and later The Woolpack after the Inn. The Church was consecrated by Bishop Nixon on June 1st 1848 and the Minister and Chaplain of Macquarie Plains at the time was the Rev. William Tancred. Other clergy at the consecration were the Archdeacon Marriott and Rev. G. Wright, of Hamilton. At the service…

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Griffith, NSW - St Alban the Martyr Anglican

Griffith, NSW - St Alban the Martyr Anglican

Year Built: 1954

Address: Corner Anzac & Binya Streets, , Griffith New South Wales, 2680

The Foundation stone was laid on 2 May 1954 by the Most Reverend H.G. Robinson Bishop of Riverena.

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Grong Grong, NSW - St Matthew's Anglican

Grong Grong, NSW - St Matthew's Anglican

Year Built: 1911

Address: Corner Barellan & Willandra Streets, , Grong Grong New South Wales, 2652

Constructed of brick the church foundation stone was laid on 20 September 1911 by Mrs Bridaoake.

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Gundagai, NSW - St John's Anglican

Gundagai, NSW - St John's Anglican

Year Built: 1986

Address: Otway Street, , Gundagai New South Wales, 2722

The Foundation stone of the church was laid on 19 September 1861 by Right Reverend Barker Lord Bishop of Sydney. Mr George Hart a local resident designed the church. The Church is built of local slate and the roof was originally battered and shingled and lined inside the raftters with colonial pine". The Church was opened on 5 June…

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Gundaroo, NSW - St Mark's Anglican

Gundaroo, NSW - St Mark's Anglican

Year Built: 1874

Address: Cork Street, , Gundaroo New South Wales, 2620

The Church uses the former Court of Petty Sessions built in 1874.

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Gunning, NSW - St Edmond's Anglican

Gunning, NSW - St Edmond's Anglican

Year Built: 1866

Address: Biala Street, , Gunning New South Wales, 2581

The first Church was built in 1859 and was blown down and replaced by the present Church in 1866, It was consecrated 27/3/1873. It is of stone with a tiled roof. A chancel was added in 1912and a porch later. The Church was thoroughly restored and largely refurbished in 1933. The pulpit and lectern are in memory of members of the Lyell…

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Hagley, TAS St Mary's Anglican

Hagley, TAS St Mary's Anglican

Year Built: 1862

Address: Church Lane, , Hagley Tasmania, 7292

St Mary's Anglican Church is a bluestone Gothic Revival building that opened for services in 1862. The lands and a significant part of the church's funds were donated by Sir Richard Dry and later by his wife in her will.. Anglican services were first held in Hagley in a small brick church in the village which was the combined gift of…

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Hamilton, TAS - St Peter's Anglican

Hamilton, TAS - St Peter's Anglican

Address: 15 Ponsonby Street, , Hamilton Tasmania, 7140

The pamphlet in part reads, The construction of a church at Hamilton came as the direct result of concern felt by those who had settled within a wide area, namely from Gretna to Ousebridge. The first meeting was arranged for 26th September 1831, and the formation of a Building Committee was instituted, with David Burn, the dramatist…

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Hampton, VIC - Holy Trinity Anglican

Hampton, VIC - Holy Trinity Anglican

Year Built: 1928

Address: 19 Thomas Street, , Hampton Victoria, 3188

The first church was built of timber and used until the present brick church was completed in 1928. The Foundation stone was laid on 1 September 1928 by the Dean of Melbourne.

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Hastings, VIC - Holy Trinity Anglican

Hastings, VIC - Holy Trinity Anglican

Address: 65 Victoria Street, , Hastings Victoria, 3915

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Hawthorn, SA - St Columbus Anglican

Hawthorn, SA - St Columbus Anglican

Year Built: 1898

Address: 101 Cross Road, , Hawthorn South Australia, 5062

The Foundation stone was laid on 13 May 1898.

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Hawthorn, VIC - Christ Church Anglican

Hawthorn, VIC - Christ Church Anglican

Year Built: 1853

Address: 2 Denham Street, , Hawthorn Victoria, 3122

A bluestone Gothic church erected in 1853-4 to the design of Charles Vickers, this is one of the earliest surviving substantial suburban churches in Melbourne. Further additions were made in 1873 (chancel and temporary organ chamber) and in 1886 (extension of nave and addition of north transept). The Foundation stone was laid 19th…

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Healesville, VIC - St John's Anglican

Healesville, VIC - St John's Anglican

Address: Symons Street, , Healesville Victoria, 3777

The first denominational building in Healesville was the Church of England. In the late 1860's on a plot of land ( CAll, ( CA 11, Section F ) donated in perpetuity by John Chandler, chandler and John Carter built a small paling and shingle church with timber cut from nearby trees; this is where the vicarage now stands. This building was…

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Heathcote, VIC - St John's Anglican

Heathcote, VIC - St John's Anglican

Address: Northern Highway, , Heathcote Victoria, 3523

The Church was constructed by local builders Flee and Bell to the design of Bendigo based architects Vahland & Getzschmann. The foundation stone was laid by Bishop Charles Perry on the afternoon of Monday the 11th May 1868 and officially opened for services on the 3rd October 1869. The bell was a gift by Messrs Christie and Spinks.…

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Heidelberg, VIC - St John's Anglican

Heidelberg, VIC - St John's Anglican

Year Built: 1849

Address: 1 Burgundy Street, , Heidelberg Victoria, 3084

One of Melbourne's earliest churches it was built between 1849 and 1851 in Gothic style to a design by John Gill. The architect was Mr G. R. Cox who had designed an early English Gothic church of brick with a square tower. Heidelberg was originally called Warrigal and the first Anglican clergyman to be stationed there was the Rev. Dr…

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Henley Beach, SA - St Michael and All Angels Anglican

Henley Beach, SA - St Michael and All Angels Anglican

Year Built: 1922

Address: Corner Military Road & South Street, , Henley Beach South Australia, 5022

The Foundation stone was laid on 11 February 1922 by John Barker Esq.

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Henty, NSW - St Barnabas Anglican

Henty, NSW - St Barnabas Anglican

Year Built: 1917

Address: Corner Ivor & Day Streets, , Henty New South Wales, 2658

The Foundation stone was laid by the Right Reverend E.A Anderson D.D. Bishop of the Riverina on 14 February 1917.

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Heyfield, VIC - Anglican

Heyfield, VIC - Anglican

Address: 40 Temple Street, , Heyfield Victoria, 3858

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Highton, VIC - St John's Anglican

Highton, VIC - St John's Anglican

Year Built: 1866

Address: Corner Roslyn & South Valley Road, , Highton Victoria, 3216

The first recorded services in Highton were held in 1858 in the Church of England Day school opposite the cemetery in Barrabool Road. The Foundation stone for St John's was laid on 22 November 1866 by The Very Venerable H.B. Mccartney and was opened 1 January 1867. On 22 July 1926 a tornado struck the church, unroofed it and demolished…

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Hillcrest, TAS - Anglican (Former)

Hillcrest, TAS - Anglican (Former)

Address: 2 Payne Street, , Hillcrest Tasmania,

A Foundation stone reads, "A.M.D.G. This stone was laid by Ven Archdeacon Walters 15.3.1953". The church has closed and is now used as storage for a local Theatre Company.

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Hobart South, TAS - All Saint's Anglican

Hobart South, TAS - All Saint's Anglican

Address: 343 Macquarie Street South, , Hobart Tasmania, 7000

The foundation stone was laid on 2 December 1858, and the building was opened for worship on 18 August in the year following. It was a condition of the contract that the Rector lead the workmen in prayers before the start of each day's work. The side-aisle and chapel were added in 1863 and the vestries in 1895. The Architect was Henry…

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Hobart, TAS - St David's Anglican Cathedral

Hobart, TAS - St David's Anglican Cathedral

Year Built: 1868

Address: Macquarie Street, , Hobart Tasmania, 7000

On 17 January 1862 St David's Cathedral and land on the corner of Murray and Macquarie Streets, Hobart was granted by the Crown to the Trustees of the Diocese of Tasmania. The original church on this site is dated from 1817. The Church was named in memory of Governor David Collins who established Hobart in 1804. It was completed in…

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Hobart, TAS - St David's Mission Anglican

Hobart, TAS - St David's Mission Anglican

Year Built: 1884

Address: 7 Campbell Street, , Hobart Tasmania, 7000

The foundation stone of St. David’s Mission chapel was laid on the 24th of November 1884 by the Bishop of Tasmania, Rev. Dr. Daniel Fox Sandford. The design of the church was entrusted to Mr H Hunter, architect of Macquarie Street who prepared plans for a building to cost £1,500. In basic Gothic style and built of brick with stone…

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Hobart, TAS - St John the Baptist Anglican (former)

Hobart, TAS - St John the Baptist Anglican (former)

Year Built: 1852

Address: Corner Goulburn & Forest Road, , Hobart Tasmania, 7000

This former church is now a set of private residences. A modest stone church in Gothic-Revival style set on irregular corner site, the major aspect of the building reveals an unusual occurrence in Gothic design - the building is visually very heavy, the result of a naturally steep site and creating a level across the contours. The…

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Holbrook, NSW - St Paul's Anglican

Holbrook, NSW - St Paul's Anglican

Year Built: 1887

Address: Young Street, , Holbrook New South Wales, 2644

Original built in 1887 the church was opened in 1887. A Sanctuary was added in 1967. Other alterations took place in 1958 and 1964. The Rev. Julius Scott took charge early in 1884, and appears to have been the first occupant of the Parsonage. He must have been a capable man and of strong personality, for it was he who had largely…

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Holt, ACT - St James Anglican

Holt, ACT - St James Anglican

Address: 40 Beaurepaire Crescent, , Holt Australian Capital Territory, 2615

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Horsham, VIC - St John the Divine Anglican

Horsham, VIC - St John the Divine Anglican

Year Built: 1957

Address: Baillie Street, , Horsham Victoria, 3400

The first resident Priest was the Rev J.M. Watson who began his services in the Mechanics Institute.Within a year of his arrival a vicarage was built and ready for occupation in February 1877. The original St Johns was opened and dedicated on April 29 1877 by Bishop Samuel Thornton of the newly established Ballarat Diocese. The…

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Howrah, TAS - St Thomas' Anglican

Howrah, TAS - St Thomas' Anglican

Address: Lorne Crescent, , Howrah Tasmania, 7018

No information currently available. Submissions welcomed.

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Hurstville, NSW - St George's Anglican

Hurstville, NSW - St George's Anglican

Address: 2 The Avenue, , Hurstville New South Wales, 2220

The parish of St Georges Hurstville was originally part of the historic parish of St Peter's Cooks River back in the year 1856. The ceremony of laying rhe foundation stone was performed by the Primate of Australia and the Archbishop of Sydney the Most Reverend Dr Barry DD on 6 April 1889. The old church was demolished in 1888 and a new…

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Inverleigh, VIC - St Paul's Anglican

Inverleigh, VIC - St Paul's Anglican

Address: 23 - 41 High Street, , Inverleigh Victoria, 3321

A Foundation stone reads 1858 however it was re laid on 16 July 1889 by Mrs Moriarty. One of the few and earliest church building complexes in the Golden Plains Shire, comprising a distinctive and predominantly intact Victorian Early English Gothic styled church building, moderately intact Victorian styled Vicarage and rudimentary…

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Inverloch, VIC - Anglican Church of Ascension

Inverloch, VIC - Anglican Church of Ascension

Year Built: 1999

Address: The Crescent, , Inverloch Victoria, 3996

The original church was dedicated on 14 May 1924 by the Bishop of Gippsland Harold Cranswick. Further extensions were made in 1957 and 1981. The current building was consecrated on 23 May 1999.

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Ipswich, QLD - St Paul's Anglican

Ipswich, QLD - St Paul's Anglican

Year Built: 1859

Address: 124 Brisbane Street, , Ipswich Queensland, 4305

St. Paul’s Church of England was originally constructed in 1859, when Ipswich was still part of New South Wales. The revival gothic building is believed to have been designed by Edmund Blacket with the construction supervised by William Wakeling. The first Church of England services in Ipswich were said to have been conducted in…

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Ivanhoe, VIC - St James Anglican

Ivanhoe, VIC - St James Anglican

Address: Corner Upper Heidelberg Road & Noel Street, , Ivanhoe Victoria, 3079

1908 was the year St James became a parish in it's own right sixty years after the establishment of the City of Melbourne. The Foundation stone was laid by the Governor of Victoria on 21 October 1908. The Vicarage in Noel Street was erected at a cost of 631.The original Rose window was replaced in 2003 with one that commemorates the…

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Ivanhoe, VIC - St Stephen's Anglican (Former)

Ivanhoe, VIC - St Stephen's Anglican (Former)

Year Built: 1926

Address: 22 Merton Street, , Ivanhoe Victoria, 3079

The Architect was Louis R. Williams who designed this church in 1926 to be built by T.H. Rowe for its opening by Archdeacon Hindley in April 1927.1 St Stephen's was the second Anglican church built in the Ivanhoe Parish. A vestry was added in 1929. Constructed of clinker brick, the church has a steeply pitched gabled terracotta tiled…

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Jamestown, SA - Anglican

Jamestown, SA - Anglican

Address: 76 Irvine Street, , Jamestown South Australia, 5491

A Mr Techritz offered to draw the plans for a church for Two Guineas and tenders for the building of a church 30 feet x 15 feet were to be called. By May 1875 a Mrs Riddell was busily collecting funds a harmonium and no doubt the committee felt confident that this would soon be housed in a fine church. The Foundation stone was laid by…

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Jericho, TAS - St James Anglican

Jericho, TAS - St James Anglican

Year Built: 1888

The first services were held in a house. Church News of June 1883 states that St. James' was erected in 1826 or 27 but Church News of January 1947 says that building commenced in 1829. The church which was designed by John Lee Archer, was consecrated on the 10th of May, 1838. A plaque on the church reads, "The original church on this…

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Jerilderie, NSW - St Stephen's Anglican

Jerilderie, NSW - St Stephen's Anglican

Year Built: 1897

Address: Corner Brown & Mahonga Streets, , Jerilderie New South Wales, 2716

The church was dedicated in August 1897 while the Foundation stone was laid by Ernest Augustus Anderson D.D. Bishop of Riverina on 20 December 1897.

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