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An image of the interior of the abandoned Catholic church of St. Malachy in Gooloogong, New South Wales. It shows the apse at the rear of the church, entered through a pointed arch doorway. The image is featured on the Facebook site for the Medieval…

Nina Levy’s review of Graeme Murphy’s production of Sergei Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet by the Australian Ballet appeared in the online version of The West Australian newspaper on October 12, 2012. It includes a photograph by Jeff…

The Uniting Church in the Tasmanian town of Ross was built as the Wesley Church in 1885. The building is in the Gothic Revival style and features lancet windows, a pointed arch entrance, buttresses, clock moldings, and a tower topped by a spire. The…

St Andrew’s Cathedral on George Street in central Sydney was consecrated in 1868, making it the oldest cathedral in Australia. The Anglican cathedral was designed by the English architect Edmund Blacket, who later became the colonial architect to…

The Uniting Church in the Tasmanian town of Ross was built as the Wesley Church in 1885. The building is in the Gothic Revival style and features lancet windows, a pointed arch entrance, buttresses, clock moldings, and a tower topped by a spire.

Two interior photographs of St Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne. Features include stained glass windows, including the Great Window installed in 1867 (photograph 3), a vaulted ribbed ceiling, window tracery, and internal arches featuring…

St Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral was designed by English-born architect William Wardell and incorporated parts of an earlier church on the site. Although the foundation stone was laid in 1858, the cathedral was not consecrated until 1897, and…

The church of Our Lady of Mt Carmel and Sts Peter and Paul is in the small rural Western Australian town of Mullewa. The church was built between 1920 and 1927 to the design of Monsignor John Cyril Hawes as his parish church. Hawes was also the…