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‘Tasmanian Gothic’ was an episode of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Compass television programme presented by Geraldine Doogue. The story was researched by Wendy Boynton and aired on June 24, 2012 to celebrate the 200th…

St Hubert’s vineyard in Coldstream, Victoria, was founded by Hubert de Castella in 1862. It is named after St Hubert, the ‘Apostle of Ardennes’ and patron saint of hunters. Born c.656, Hubert was the eldest son of Bertrand, Duke of Aquitaine.…

An image of the ‘Saint George’ stained glass window at St Alban’s Anglican Church, Highgate. This stained glass is one of three windows (the others depicting St Alban and St Michael) located at the rear of the church. It was…

This photograph shows a sculptural relief that one passes at the climb the steps to the entrance to St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney. The sculpture includes images from medieval Ireland juxtaposed with the Australian coat of arms featuring a kangaroo…

Image of the colourful mosaic in the centre of a Great War Memorial Cross situated in the grounds of St Peter’s Cathedral in Adelaide, South Australia. The mosaic depicts a warrior armed with a shield and a lance, and draws on a number of different…

An image of a Great War Memorial Cross situated in the grounds of St Peter’s Cathedral in Adelaide, South Australia. The colourful mosaic in the centre of the cross depicts a warrior armed with a shield and a lance, and draws on a number of…

An image of the Sisters of Mercy convent located next to St. Patrick's Convent School on South Street in York, Western Australia.

It was built in 1868 and was originally used as a presbytery by Father Patrick Gibney before the arrival of the…

An image of St. Patrick's Convent School located on South Street in York, a town ninety minutes south east of Perth in Western Australia.

The school was built in 1873 by Father Patrick Gibney for the Sisters of Mercy. The Sisters of Mercy taught…