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An image of a gothic-style window at Kryal Castle, a tourist attraction located 8km from Ballarat in Victoria. It was built in 1972 and opened in 1974 by Keith Ryall.

Described as ‘Australia’s unique medieval castle’, Kryal Castle can also…

An image of the abandoned Catholic church of St. Malachy in Gooloogong, New South Wales. It was featured on the Facebook site for the Medieval Shoppe, who design historical replicas of swords, armour and other weapons.

The church, which fell out…

This woodblock print, from Salvatore Zofrea’s Appassionata collection, was gifted to the Art Gallery of New South Wales by the Italian-Australian artist in 2002. Depicting a scene in Chartres Cathedral, it features the gothic arches, vaulted…

A view of the tall campanile tower at St Michael’s Uniting Church in Collin’s Street, central Melbourne. St Michael’s Uniting Church was designed by architectural firm Reed and Barnes in a Victorian Romanesque style. The style has…

An image showing examples of neo-gothic windows at of the Mitchell Building, The University of Adelaide. The lower row of windows shows sets of twin lancet windows separated by a stone column, while the upper level windows comprise pairs of trefoil…

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…

An image of the entrance to St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne. Inside the doorway, a set of lightweight stained glass ‘processional doors’ have been installed. Designed by Janusz Kuzbicki, they were intended to keep out city and…

A close-up of the triple lancet window above the entrance doorway at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne. The Cathedral’s mixture of early and late gothic styles is evident in this window; the flamboyant arches (each has a trefoil head rather than a…