All Saints Anglican Church, Belhus

4.6
#14 of 52 in Historic Sites in Greater Perth
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Nestled among the vineyards of the Swan Valley and charming visitors with its simple architecture and serene surroundings, All Saints Anglican Church represents the oldest church in Western Australia. Restored in 1966, this quaint redbrick church was built in 1841, replacing the older mud-brick and thatch building from 1830. Attached to it is an old cemetery with interesting headstones that tell the stories of the first settlers. A shaded path behind the church offers views over the scenic Ellen Brook. Make All Saints Anglican Church a centerpiece of your Belhus vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Belhus online day trip planner.
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  • All Saints Anglican Church held its first service in 1841, making it the first permanent church in the Swan River Colony, which was founded in 1829. It stands on a small hill overlooking the Swan...  more »
  • Captain James Stirling camped at this very site during his 1827 exploration of the area as attested on a tablet at the Lychgate. The church dates to 1838, built by Richard Edwards whose gravesite is....  more »
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  • Oldest church in Western Australia in a beautiful offbeat location next to the swan river. Stunning
  • Quite place n Historical in nature. Get a glimpse of the historical write up adjacent to the washroom. An Anglican Church n a place of worship too!!

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