Presbyterian Church of St. Andrew

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Visit the Living Stones exhibition at the historic neo-gothic Church of St. Andrew, the closest church in Australia to the Commonwealth Parliament. See its magnificent stained glass and ornate woodwork, hear the organ, ring the bells then visit the adjacent St Andrew’s House, built in 1928.

Discover how pioneering Church members helped to build the emerging capital.

These heritage listed buildings with a Guided Tour and Exhibition, will be of particular interest to visitors to Canberra, to students studying Society, Culture and Religious Studies, those interested in Canberra’s History and Development, those attracted to Architecture, Design and Stained Glass.

Enjoy this special spot at the heart of the nation.

Facilities

Carpark Public Toilet

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Accreditation

National Trust

Rates

Free Entry

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