We noted on the Monday that weekday services were held at 9.00am. Arriving at 9.40am on 25/08/20 we found that the church was closed and had to be satisfied with admiring the exterior of the church and nearby historical buildings. The original church, now the Church Hall, dates to 1859. The original Presbytery was built in 1874, destroyed in 1894 with the replacement constructed that same year. The Convent School dates to 1873 and the Church to 1887.
A former Irish Fenian, Joseph Nunan, builder and architect, designed the building. Work on the tower was not completed until 1909. The architecture is described as Victorian Academic Gothic, the most impressive features being gothic arches, the bell-tower, rose window and the ornamentation evident on the exterior. Such a shame that I did not get to see the interior that features timber work, organ and stained glass windows.