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Clifton Hill, VIC - St Luke's Hungarian Reformed Church

Clifton Hill, VIC - St Luke's Hungarian Reformed Church

Year Built: 1870

Formerly a Church of England church built in 1879. It was sold to the Hungarian Reformed church in 1979. The original foundation stone was laid on 21 December 1870.

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Clifton Hill, VIC - St Mark's Baptist

Clifton Hill, VIC - St Mark's Baptist

Address: 100 Hodgkinson Street, , Clifton Hill Victoria, 3068

A Romanesque polychromatic red brick designed Church with cream and brown dressings was opened on 2 October 1895. The foundation stone had been laid on 25 June 1895. Baptists first met in Clifton Hill in the Albert Hall in Queens Parade from 1890 until this church was opened. Clifton Hill Baptist Church known today as the Community Church…

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Clifton Springs, VIC - Baptist

Clifton Springs, VIC - Baptist

Address: 45 Central Road, , Clifton Springs Victoria, 3222

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Clifton, QLD - All Saints Anglican

Clifton, QLD - All Saints Anglican

Year Built: 1905

Address: Gammie Street, , Clifton Queensland, 4361

The first church was erected in 1890. The second was built in 1905. The successful contractor was Mr. Stay of Allora. The floor has a vestry 'raised to 6 feet. A noticeable feature of the building is its great height compared to its size. This ensures breathing space and ventilation. The church proper, which seats 300, was built on 4 feet…

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Clifton, QLD - St Andrews Presbyterian

Clifton, QLD - St Andrews Presbyterian

Address: John Street, , Clifton Queensland, 4361

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Clifton, QLD - St James and St John's Catholic

Clifton, QLD - St James and St John's Catholic

Address: Clifton Leyburn Road, , Clifton Queensland, 4361

His Grace, Archbishop Dunne on October 21, 1888, opened the first Catholic Church built in Clifton. It was situated on the block on which the current presbytery now stands. Mr M. T. O'Brien was the builder and it cost 247. It was only six months old when discussions commenced about enlarging the church. James Mowen, a prominent Clifton…

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Clinton, QLD - St Peter's Anglican

Clinton, QLD - St Peter's Anglican

Address: 50 J Hickey Avenue, , Clinton Queensland, 4680

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Cloncurry, QLD - St Andrew's Anglican

Cloncurry, QLD - St Andrew's Anglican

Address: 92 Uhr Street, , Cloncurry Queensland, 4824

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Cloncurry, QLD - St Colman's Catholic

Cloncurry, QLD - St Colman's Catholic

Address: 14 Sheaffe Street, , Cloncurry Queensland, 4824

The Church was established in 1898. At the time of Father Hanley's time there was no Church, and he used the old Shire Hall for Mass. He had a small residence opposite the present Police Station. He also collected money for a Church and purchased a wooden Church building in England. When it arrived in Townsville, Father O'Keeffe…

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Cloncurry, QLD - Uniting

Cloncurry, QLD - Uniting

Year Built: 1959

Address: 19 Meldrum Street, , Cloncurry Queensland, 4824

A Foundation stone reads, " To the Glory of God this stone was laid by Rev C.G. Browne LTh Chairman of Northern District Minister Rev C. G. Slater. 4th April 1959".

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Clontarf Beach, QLD - Baptist

Clontarf Beach, QLD - Baptist

Address: 145 Elizabeth Avenue, , Clontarf Beach Queensland, 4019

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Clontarf, QLD - Grace Lutheran

Clontarf, QLD - Grace Lutheran

Address: 39 Maine Road, , Clontarf Queensland, 4019

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Clontarf, QLD - Peninsula Life Wesleyan

Clontarf, QLD - Peninsula Life Wesleyan

Address: 3 Lavelle Court, , Clontarf Queensland, 4019

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Clontarf, QLD - St Peter's Anglican

Clontarf, QLD - St Peter's Anglican

Address: 13 Lucinda Street, , Clontarf Queensland, 4019

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Clovelly, NSW - St Anthony's Catholic

Clovelly, NSW - St Anthony's Catholic

Address: 58 Arden Street, , Clovelly New South Wales, 2031

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Clovelly, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Clovelly, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Address: Corner Arden & Varna Streets, , Clovelly New South Wales, 2031

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Cloverdale, WA - Notre Dame Catholic

Cloverdale, WA - Notre Dame Catholic

Year Built: 1970

Address: 345 Wright Street, , Cloverdale Western Australia, 6105

Built in 1971 to design of George Mazak, the church displays design elements of the Late Twentieth Century Late Modern architectural style. The plan of the church is said to be based on a cross. The main body of the church is square with lower level projecting wings to each elevation. The main roof comprises four gables which meet at the…

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Clunes, VIC - St Andrews Uniting

Clunes, VIC - St Andrews Uniting

Year Built: 1864

Address: Service Street, , Clunes Victoria, 3370

Constructed in the Low & mixed Gothic style it was designed by Ballarat architect J.A. Doane, and commenced in 1864. It consists of a broad nave and transepts with galleries, including cast iron balustrades. The facade incorporates a slate-roofed octagonal turret and spire and a four-light perpendicular Gothic window. The Basalt manse was…

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Clunes, VIC - St Paul's Anglican

Clunes, VIC - St Paul's Anglican

Year Built: 1870

Address: 9 Templeton Street, , Clunes Victoria, 3370

The former church was built in 1859-60 on a different site, in Fraser Street, and as a single nave. The later church, built in 1870-71 of bluestone with cement dressings, is in the Decorated Gothic mode, and is the only identifiable Australian work of the architect Thomas Austin of Austin and Johnson. The style is Later Gothic.

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Clunes, VIC - St Thomas Aquinas Catholic (Former)

Clunes, VIC - St Thomas Aquinas Catholic (Former)

Year Built: 1872

Address: 90 Bailey Street, , Clunes Victoria, 3370

The first Church was erected in 1858. The second Church was opened Sunday July 1st 1866. The Church was made of wood and was 58 foot long by 20 foot wide with the walls rising 12 feet. The third church was constructed in bluestone and was designed by Henry R. Caselli and W. B. Tappin and was built between 1872 and 1873. It's based on…

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Cobargo, NSW - Christ Church Anglican

Cobargo, NSW - Christ Church Anglican

Year Built: 1923

Address: 5 Hoyer Street, , Cabargo New South Wales, 2550

A Foundation stone reads, " Christ Church This Foundation stone was laid 3rd March 1923 by Ven Archdeacon Dore Bryant B.D. G.E. Morris Rector. R.W. Thatcher Architect".

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Cobargo, NSW - St Mary's Catholic

Cobargo, NSW - St Mary's Catholic

Year Built: 1896

Address: 58 Wandella Road, , Cobargo New South Wales, 2550

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Cobden, VIC - St Brendan's Catholic

Cobden, VIC - St Brendan's Catholic

Address: Curdie Street, , Cobden Victoria, 3266

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Cobden, VIC - St Mary's Anglican

Cobden, VIC - St Mary's Anglican

Year Built: 1910

Address: Curdie Street, , Cobden Victoria, 3266

Saint Mary’s Anglican Church was established in about 1866, and is part of the Mission District of Saint Francis of Assisi which encompasses Cobden, Terang, Timboon, Peterborough, Simpson and Camperdown. A Foundation stone was laid by John Murray on 25 August 1910.

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Cobden, VIC - Uniting

Cobden, VIC - Uniting

Year Built: 1963

Address: Curdie Street, , Cobden Victoria, 3266

The Foundation stone was laid on 8 September 1963 by Walter Leslie Baker.

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Cobram, VIC - Methodist (Former)

Cobram, VIC - Methodist (Former)

Address: 3A William Street , , Cobram Victoria, 3644

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Cobram, VIC - St Joseph's Catholic

Cobram, VIC - St Joseph's Catholic

Address: 4 William Street, , Cobram Victoria, 3644

Cobram and Katamatite were part of Yarrawonga Parish. From 1910 - 1922 Cobram was part of Numurkah Parish, the first Church being built in 1911. Ten years later, in 1921, the convent and school were built and in 1922 the Sisters of Mercy arrived from Bendigo to open the school. A Foundation stone on the old church reads, " St Josephs…

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Cobram, VIC - St Margaret's Anglican

Cobram, VIC - St Margaret's Anglican

Year Built: 1906

Address: Pine Street, , Cobram Victoria, 3644

A Foundation stone reads, " Memorial stone laid by the Bishop of Wangaratta August 24th 1906 Architect and Builder H.H. Farrall". There are another two stones mounted on the front brick pillars. One reads "Erected by the citizens of Cobram 1953". The other reads, " To the Glory of God in Memory of L.G. Hamilton".

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Cobram, VIC - Uniting

Cobram, VIC - Uniting

Year Built: 1912

Address: 10 Hay Avenue, , Cobram Victoria, 3644

A Foundation stone on the Church reads, " This stone was laid by Rev J. Matthew M.A. B.D. 18th September 1912. Rev B.T. Buntine Minister". a Foundation stone on the hall next door reads, " To the Glory of God this stone was laid by Miss Sarah Irvin 14th May 1958 Minister Rev Neil Scott B.A. Architect Keith Reid Builders J.W. Napier, E.W.…

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Coburg, VIC - Baptist

Coburg, VIC - Baptist

Address: Corner of Sydney Road & Hatton Street, , Coburg Victoria, 3058

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Coburg, VIC - St Alban's & Augustines Merri bek Catholic

Coburg, VIC - St Alban's & Augustines Merri bek Catholic

Year Built: 1957

Address: 250 Reynard Street, , Coburg Victoria, 3058

A Foundation stone reads, " This stone was laid by the Most Reverend J.J. Booth CMG MC DD 31st March 1957 The Reverend F.H. Morton Th Schol VICAR Wystan Widdows Architect John Newbold Builder".

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Coburg, VIC - St Alban's Anglican

Coburg, VIC - St Alban's Anglican

Address: 256 Raynard Street, , Coburg Victoria, 3058

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Coburg, VIC - St Margaret Mary's Catholic

Coburg, VIC - St Margaret Mary's Catholic

Year Built: 1920

Address: Mitchell Street, , Coburg Victoria, 3058

The Foundation stone was laid on 14 March 1920 by the Archbishop of Melbourne the Most Reverend Daniel Mannix.

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Coburg, VIC - Uniting

Coburg, VIC - Uniting

Year Built: 1960

Address: Corner Victoria & Louisa Streets, , Coburg Victoria, 3058

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Coburg, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist (former)

Coburg, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist (former)

Year Built: 1857

Address: 512 Sydney Road, , Coburg Victoria, 3058

The oldest Methodist Church in Victoria and the first built of blue stone. On 5th August 1857, a foundation stone for a church was laid, designed by T.J. Crouch. A sealed bottle containing the following record was placed in the stone cavity beneath the corner stone together with a copy of Argus and Herald of the day: "This stone…

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Cockatoo, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Cockatoo, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Address: McBride Street, , Cockatoo Victoria, 3781

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Coffs Harbour, NSW - Harbourside Presbyterian

Coffs Harbour, NSW - Harbourside Presbyterian

Year Built: 1961

Address: 187 Harbour Drive, , Coffs Harbour New South Wales, 2450

A Foundation stone reads, "To the Greater Glory of God this stone was laid by Rt Rev Hugh Cunningham on 9th Sept 1961".

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Coffs Harbour, NSW - St Augustine War Memorial Catholic

Coffs Harbour, NSW - St Augustine War Memorial Catholic

Year Built: 1961

Address: 12 Gordon Street, , Coffs Harbour New South Wales, 2450

The first Church was erected in 1908. It was opened on 26 January 1908 and blown down on Christmas Eve 1908. The Catholic Life magazine featured the solemn occasion in its October 1961 issue of the Blessing and laying of the Foundation stone of the current Church. "The foundation stones of the new St Augustine's Church and the Good…

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Coffs Harbour, NSW - St John the Evangelist Anglican

Coffs Harbour, NSW - St John the Evangelist Anglican

Year Built: 1972

Address: 2 McLean Street, , Coffs Harbour New South Wales, 2450

Land at McLean Street allowed minimum development of a new church and the planned vicarage it seems that the new St John's had been built alongside the little St. John's to allow continuity of services. Diocesan records show that St. John's was built on Lots 1-30 which allowed for a vicarage. The architect/designer's name was Grant. The…

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Coffs Harbour, NSW - Uniting

Coffs Harbour, NSW - Uniting

Year Built: 1970

Address: Cnr Gordon & Vernon Streets, , Coffs Harbour New South Wales, 2450

An article in The Methodist, Saturday, 10 April, 1915 reads, " NEW CHURCH AT COFFS HARBOUR Mr. A. J. Cutler, Home Missionary at Coffs Harbour, writes: The new church now in course of erection and of which a photograph is herewith supplied is Methodism's answer to those letters which appeared in Sydney at the beginning of last year,…

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