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A close-up of the upper level of the Mitchell Building at The University of Adelaide. The Mitchell Building was designed by South Australian architect Willliam McMinn in the Victorian Academic Gothic style and constructed between 1879 and 1881. In…

The Priest’s Lodge in the small rural Western Australian town of Morawa was built to the design of Monsignor John Cyril Hawes as accommodation for visiting priests. The diminutive stone building was completed in 1933 and features Gothic pointed…

The Catholic Church of the Holy Cross in the small rural Western Australian town of Morawa was built to the design of Monsignor John Cyril Hawes. The stone church features bell turret, dome, and Gothic pointed arches. Writing for the Cathedral…

The Catholic Church of the Holy Cross in the small rural Western Australian town of Morawa was built to the design of Monsignor John Cyril Hawes. The stone church features bell turret, dome, and Gothic pointed arches. Writing for the Cathedral…

These two photographs show the entrance of St John’s Anglican Church in Launceston. The original church was designed by David Lambe and built by convict labour in 1824-5. From 1902 extensive alterations were made under the direction of…

St. Andrew's Uniting Church in Campbell Town, Tasmania, was built in 1847 as a Presbyterian Church. It is in the Victorian Gothic Revival style complete with an iron gabled roof, castellated parapet, clock mouldings, lancet windows, and a square…

St. Andrew's Uniting Church in Campbell Town, Tasmania, was built in 1847 as a Presbyterian Church. It is in the Victorian Gothic Revival style complete with an iron gabled roof, castellated parapet, clock mouldings, lancet windows, and a square…