St Thomas Anglican Church, Port Macquarie

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Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Built in 1824 by prisoners exiled from Britain, St Thomas Anglican Church is a humble-looking red brick building with a wooden interior and a booming church organ. Take a tour with one of the local volunteers to learn about the convicts who built the church and worshipped here--you'll be enthralled by some of their stories. Climb the bell tower--which doubles as a clock tower--to enjoy excellent views over Port Macquarie. Put St Thomas Anglican Church and other Port Macquarie attractions into our Port Macquarie trip planning website, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • An amazing example of a convict era church. Mitch McKay's tour gave it a great context. The only difficulty was that it wasn't open on the days we could visit, so we were left peering in from outside.  more »
  • Loving is at the base of the Christian message and these folks do that well. They open their service usually with singing, but not during Covid time  more »
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