St. Werburgh’s Chapel
St. Werburgh’s Chapel
4.5
10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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Tina M
Marmion, Australia56 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021 • Couples
What’s beautiful chapel and interesting cemetery. Simple yet evocative. Loved the time here . Big walk up the hill as parking is not allowed near the chapel.
Beware of bees in the trees. Not sure what I did wrong but wa chased for about 50 meters and ended up with 4 stings on my head . Ouch
Written 17 June 2021
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Meriel B
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2020
We visited the chapel, quiet place we let our dogs out and a blue heeler flew up to my dog and tore open his neck. Unprovoked attack, stockworker did nothing!
Written 3 November 2020
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Wesjomin
South Perth, Australia78 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
Only a few ks out of mt. Barker and a lovely drive. You can pop your head in and have a look see and view the small cemetery.
Written 18 February 2020
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dodi66
Reno, NV493 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Couples
Quite worth a visit if in the area. Small and rather plain but beautiful setting and nice interior. We stopped on our way to Windrush Winery for lunch. Glad we did
Written 22 October 2019
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Marco P
Ubud, Indonesia6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2019
It is a very unusual experience to find this rare example of Gothic Architecture in the middle of a rural area and surrounded by hills.
Perfect place to find yourself!
Written 2 September 2019
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Dan L
Bunbury, Australia8,147 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
The chapel was built in 1873 by George Edward Egerton-Warburton, the amount of £550 provided by his his eldest brother, the Squire of Arlen Cheshire. It was consecrated in 1874 by Bishop Hale. The walls were built of pug and clay, the roof cover constructed with sheoak shingles and the woodwork of sheoak and jarrah. Ironwork was fabricated in the family forge. Cyclone Alby destroyed the bell-tower and caused other structural damage in 1979, repairs were completed in 1981 and some 150 people attended the Thanksgiving Eucharist. The chapel font had been used as the family mortar probably to make the coarse-ground flour a bit finer for cakes and pastries. The cemetery adjacent is the resting place of some early pioneers in the district and is still used today for burials. A peaceful place to visit on the farm, just remember to close the door and gates as you leave. Donations are gratefully received to assist in financing ongoing upkeep and restoration. As an added bonus, take the tourist drive along St. Werburgh’s Road, the winding gravel road will take you on a route that is scenic and passes through a shady valley.
Written 30 December 2018
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