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St. Andrew's Uniting Church

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Strathalbyn, South Australia, Australia
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Beautiful historic church

We stayed in town just one night and just loved the architecture of this church. It's so easy to do... read more

Reviewed 24 January 2017
franceslovesizzi
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Melbourne, Australia
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When our tour bus stopped at Strathalbyn, I left the group and headed across The Children's Park to... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2015
MBB1952
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Surfers Paradise, Australia
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23 Jan 2017
“Beautiful historic church”
10 Jun 2015
“CLOSED”
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Strathalbyn, South Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 24 January 2017

We stayed in town just one night and just loved the architecture of this church. It's so easy to do your own research on the background of towns and individual buildings these days that a tour isn't necessary. Happily strolled around admiring the masonry work...More

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Reviewed 11 June 2015

When our tour bus stopped at Strathalbyn, I left the group and headed across The Children's Park to see St. Andrew's Uniting Church. I was disappointed as it was closed all I saw was the outside of the church.

1  Thank MBB1952
Reviewed 22 November 2014

A lovely old Presbyterian Church which was taken over by the Uniting Church when the churches amalgamated. A great venue for good music which is brought to the area a few times a year. Choirs. harpist and celtic singer, orchestra, all wonderful.

1  Thank Yvonne D
Reviewed 20 October 2014

If you enjoy visiting museums and cathedrals then St Andrews Uniting Church should be on your list. We attended a Music Fest here and really appreciated seeing this historical church and hearing from a local all about it's past.

1  Thank Steve B
Reviewed 8 August 2014

Thank goodness for the guy who invented cameras, because although I can't paint, I can certainly take a photo and St Andrew's would have to be one of the prettiest churches I've seen. It is another good reason to put Strathalbyn on your itinerary.

1  Thank Shane S
Reviewed 10 November 2013

This is a charming Church, located adjacent to the river park in the center of town. It's worth a visit to admire the old building when you're in the area.

1  Thank adelaidiantraveller
Reviewed 8 May 2013

This 1840's, recently restored church made of some kind of golden stone is the visual peak of a park vista. Blink and you'd think you were in England (tho the raucous cockatoos quickly dispel this idea). If you've time, worth the short stroll over the...More

1  Thank patsy178
Reviewed 18 March 2013

Built in the 1840s, this old church is in a lovely setting near the Angus River. The congregation have been conducting a major renovation and they have done a very good job of it. We were luck to be taken into the old tower and...More

1  Thank Darryl D
Reviewed 16 February 2013

This church is not to be confused with the other and more famous and more visited church of the same name in Glenelg, a suburb of Adelaide. This church is in Strathalbyn, a small and picturesque town in a river vally about 60 km from...More

1  Thank Eaa1947
Reviewed 24 November 2009

This once Presbyterian Church with clock face and bell tower constructed on the top of small cliif above the Angas River , looks over a fine bridge,bend in the river and a peninsular of land almost surrounded by the river , which contains a picturesque...More

3  Thank Yukios
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