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St. Barnabas Church

Corner of Headstone and Anson Bay Roads, Norfolk Island 2899, Australia
+6723-22147
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Beautiful Church (never Locked)

Came here with a half day bus group, told us all about the history. Lovely woodwork. stain glass... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
JohnO4352
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Toowoomba, Australia
Polynesian church

This beautiful little church was built as a memorial to the original people of Nrfolk Island the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Bette W
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Toowoomba, Australia
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Corner of Headstone and Anson Bay Roads, Norfolk Island 2899, Australia
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+6723-22147
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Came here with a half day bus group, told us all about the history. Lovely woodwork. stain glass windows and pipe-organ .Different seating arrangement to most churches. In the afternoon is the best time when the sun is shinning on the front of it.

Thank JohnO4352
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This beautiful little church was built as a memorial to the original people of Nrfolk Island the Polynesians. When settlers came they discovered gardens that had been built by earlier people,and realised because of the banana trees etc it must have been Polynesians. At this...More

Thank Bette W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not being a churchie but found this small chapel very interesting in its build and history. Beautiful stain glass windows.

Thank Steve Y
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the most amazing churches you will ever see. Definitely a high light of our trip. The craftsmanship is brilliant

Thank swanniegirl2017
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Whether your purpose for visiting has any religious connotations or not, you can't help being amazed at the end result. The work that must have been done to achieve the end result is beyond belief!

Thank bek29
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

So beautiful inside and outside. The work done . No nails. How about that. Lead windows and tiles. So rich with history.... Very beautiful . Its a must to visit. OH and do check out a NSW white Oak tree. Must be 200 yrs old.

Thank roshan w
Reviewed 21 August 2017

This is a must to see this amazing church,How these men built this in only five years all by hand,The timbers and the sandstone are incredible and looks like it was only built yesterday,

Thank r0nandvicki
Reviewed 7 August 2017

The beauty is not only in this churches construction and structure, but also in its serenity indoors and outside. The architecture, the beams, the pews, the decorative inclusions, the organ pipes, the shell embellishments throughout, the loveliness of the stained glass, the aged trees outside,...More

Thank Penelope M
Reviewed 31 July 2017

you feel the history and benevolance when you sit inside the building. lovlly architecture. the building is like an upside down ship incredible

Thank 835cdj
Reviewed 31 July 2017

As a stop on the half day tour this magnificent church is unique in a remote location. The guides informative and amusing talk set the scene. Our group was afforded the opportunity to hear an organ recital on the morning of our departure Fabulous.

Thank Norman B
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