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An image of Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance facing North Terrace features three large…

An image of Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance facing North Terrace features three large…

An image of The Cloisters building in Perth. The brick building was designed by Richard Rosch Jewell for Perth’s first Anglican Bishop, Mathew Hale. It was built by convicts in 1858 as the colony’s first secondary school, the Perth Church of…

St Patrick’s Basilica is a Roman Catholic Church located in Fremantle, Western Australia. It was designed by Adelaide architect Michael Cavanagh and constructed from local limestone and Sydney freestone in a Federation Gothic style. Examples of its…

A view of a flying buttress at the Basilica of St Patrick’s in Fremantle, Western Australia. Flying buttresses were one of the most notable developments of gothic architecture in the medieval period. By means of a flying buttress, weight from a…

A view of the western facing entrance and tower at Christ Church, Claremont in Western Australia. Christ Church is an Anglican Church designed by Perth architect J. J. Talbot Hobbs and built in a Gothic Revival style. The foundation stone was laid on…