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Address: Lot 38 Henry Street | Henley Brook, Swan Valley Region, Belhus, Swan Valley, Western Australia 6055, Australia
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Interesting place for historical buffs

This place is interesting for historical buffs as it has a cemetery next to the chapel where you fidn some old, very old graves. The most important is the judge´s grave - the... read more

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Merzig
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8 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is interesting for historical buffs as it has a cemetery next to the chapel where you fidn some old, very old graves. The most important is the judge´s grave - the judge most have been a key figure in local history.

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Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

The small church has a historic background that begins with the first settlers in WA and surprisingly it remains virtually untouched. There is a small graveyard and a lovey little area that overlooks the swan river.

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Thank magsy1
Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed 8 February 2017

The All Saints Anglican Church in Henley Brook is part of Western Australia's history and in fact part of the Swan Valley. It is a must see if in the area and take time to wonder the graveyard and the trail out back to view the scene to the river.

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Thank Bruce H
Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 30 December 2016

We have visited the Swan Valley several times but have never visited this small quaint church. When I read that it is the first church that was built in W.A. I was very keen to show our visitors. There were only a few people when we visited on a Thursday afternoon. It was made pleasant by the parking under the... More 

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London
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Reviewed 28 December 2016

My mom is visiting from the States. We planned a day visit to Swan Valley. As my mom is Anglican, I thought it would be delightful to visit this church. My husband andI also married at St John's in Canberra almost two years ago, which is also an Anglican church steeped in familial and general history. This is a lovely,... More 

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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

What a beautiful job they have done with the grounds of this historical church. Benches to sit at under the trees and with lovely views of the Swan river. The church itself is small but still used so very well preserved. Easy to visit and peaceful.

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Helston, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 27 August 2016

This is a lovely little church, full of history and with interesting surroundings. Delightfully positioned on the bank of the Swan River, definitely worth a visit if you are interested in the beginnings of settlement in Western Australia

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Thank 957Lizm
Perth
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Reviewed 29 April 2016 via mobile

The oldest church in WA. Very old graves & still family with same name lives in the area. Lovely view of the Swan River

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Chichester, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 March 2016

We visited this church whilst on horse drawn wagon tour(the subject of another review).Elida, our driver and guide gave us a history lesson. Apparently, this was the first place that the Europeans settled Western Australia. Unfortunately, the original church was made of bricks which were not fried in a kiln and started to collapse. It was built with kiln fired... More 

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Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 6 February 2016 via mobile

It will only take you a moment to stop off at the church and have a look inside the modest chapel and walk around the cemetery. There are a few interesting signs and plaques that tell the story of the historical site, and it's still a working church on Sundays! Please provide a donation to help maintain the church.

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