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Saint: Anne


Aldinga, SA - St Anne's Anglican

Aldinga, SA - St Anne's Anglican

Year Built: 1866

Address: Main South Road, , Aldinga South Australia, 5173

In 1866 residents of Aldinga called a meeting to consider the advisability of erecting a Church. An acre of land was presented by the South Australian Company and the foundation stone was laid by Mrs Short. Total cost was £785. Building opened for service by Dean Farrell and was consecrated. The Church is a simple stone chapel derived…

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Belmont, WA - St Anne's Catholic

Belmont, WA - St Anne's Catholic

Address: 11 Hehir Street, , Belmont Western Australia, 6104

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Kew East, VIC - St Anne's Catholic

Kew East, VIC - St Anne's Catholic

Year Built: 1957

Address: Beresford Street, , Kew East Victoria, 3102

The current church was built in 1957 combining modern and traditional elements of a basilica forms and tower with a stripped back modernity. Built of common building material of brick. A Foundation stone was laid on August 10, 1930, by Archbishop Mannix laid for the original church. It was declared a separate parish in January 1937 when…

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Purnim, VIC - St Anne's Catholic

Purnim, VIC - St Anne's Catholic

Year Built: 1940

Address: 1716 Hopkins Highway, , Purnim Victoria, 3278

The Foundation stone was laid on 19 May 1940 by the most Reverend D. Foley D.D. Bishop of Ballarat.

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Sarina, QLD - Catholic

Sarina, QLD - Catholic

Address: 1 Range Road, , Sarina Queensland, 4737

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Sunbury, VIC - St Anne's Catholic

Sunbury, VIC - St Anne's Catholic

Address: 101 Riddell Road, , Sunbury Victoria, 3429

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Triabunna, TAS - St Anne's Catholic

Triabunna, TAS - St Anne's Catholic

Year Built: 1869

Address: 39 Henry Street, , Triabunna Tasmania, 7190

In the mid 1840's, a number of Catholics were settled in the Triabunna area, including Patrick Bowan & Margaret (nee Lowly), William Hannen. Bishop Willson struggled to gain land for a church site at Triabunna but it was October 1857 before he achieved some success when one acre was reserved by the Crown for a church site. Apparently…

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