Sunday, 4 February 2018

Balmain, St Andrew's Congregational Church

St Andrew's Congregational Church is located on the corner of Darling Street and Curtis Road, in the inner west suburb of Balmain. This heritage listed church was built in 1855 in the Victorian Free Gothic architectural style.


  1. You have found a beautiful 163 years old treasure!

  2. It's a beauty. We've got a lot of that Gothic style here, and it always appeals to me.

  3. Lovely shadow shot with the intriguing church ~

    Happy Weekend to you,
    A Shutterbug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  4. What an incredible church! What is cool about it is that it is differant from the typical churches you see in Australia.

    1. Kelleyn, there are actually quite a few churches still around from this era.

  5. The charm of the rustic stone used with this church and reveals it's apparent age! Every time something new is learned - a Gothic Victorian - thank you much for sharing it with All Seasons. Have a beautiful week!


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