All Saints' Anglican Church
Historic All Saints' Anglican Church was built in the mid-1800s as the railway station at Rookwood Cemetery in Sydney. After decades of disuse, it was painstakingly dismantled and transported stone by stone to Canberra where it was erected in 1958.
See its beautiful stained glass windows, soaring angel-decorated arches and a heritage pipe organ, combined with an open, airy and modern interior .
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Reviewed on 2 May 2016
We attended a memorable concert by Greta Bradman. There was general seating, and we had to sit in the last row of pews. That meant that we could not hear what Greta said, but we had no trouble...
Reviewed on 12 Sep 2015
It is a few years since we attended a service here, in the meantime the interior has been extensively remodeled with new tiled floors throughout. It might be recorded elsewhere that this church was...
Reviewed on 31 Aug 2015
Both my daughters were christened in All Saints, as well as our youngest granddaughter, my wife and I were married there as well, so it has a lot of history that runs in our family. It is situated in...
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