This tiny church in Akaroa is just a small neighborhood place of gathering. The facade may deserve a photo but nothing more.
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Located in an attractive residential area, this historic church, recently celebrating its 150th anniversary, is a beautiful and photogenic building, with some very attractive gardens ringing the property. It is incredible to think that the church suffered significant damage in the 2011 earthquake, which has...More
On the way up to the giants house we Called into this charming wooden church by te roadside. Beautifully kept it is a peaceful haven in this lovely village.
A wooden Church that dates back to the early settlement of Akaroa in the eighteen hundreds. As the permanent resident population of the village is only around 600 the three churches have small attendance,but the community works together.
Beautiful in small size, this church offers a place to stop and sit for a while in peaceful environment. With a green background, tress and bushes up to the hill, this panoramic view was really good to be captured in photos. For Catholic faith visitors,...More
A simple church but has a very rich culture and history. Good to have a church even for a small town just like Akaroa. It has a good location and has a stunning view of the harbour from the inside.
After spending a day in Akaroa, we totally fell in with the town. One of the warm attractions was the Catholic St Patrick's church which boasts a beautiful green exterior and fantastic american esque architecture. Definitely worth a visit, and we look forward to coming...More