Interesting enough building and history but the highlight for me was the shell inlays on the end of each pew. Abolutely amazing!All individual and crafted by the senior scholars...so the booklet says. Great tree out the back passed the relocated cemetery. One of the largest on the island to get lost in and climb through no matter your age!
The peaceful atmosphere here is lovely. Try to pick a time when the tourist groups are elsewhere. The history is interesting, and the stained glass is beautiful.
Completely free, unbelievable old church, I wouldn't usually visit a church, but am sooo happy that I went inside, the fitting out and old organ are to be seen to be believed.
Impressive! The construction methods and the story behind the materials used to build it have a fascinating story to tell. Definitely not to be missed.
What a gem to find in the middle of nowhere. This Church of England church is just stunning, steeped in history and community. From the roof pitched as a ship bough to the glorious lead lighting Windows the atmosphere is calming and sedate. What a wonderful place to reflect and worship. Only on Norfolk Island!
We visited this church as part of a Island tour.It is an amazing example very well built and preserved.The pristine condition and the glass windows are incredible.
St Barnabas is a beautiful old church located on the corner of Anson Bay Road and Headstone Road. The church and grounds are stunning - the interior is Norfolk pine (the roof), kauri and other lovely wood. The windows are beautiful, particularly the west window which was made by William Morris in Surrey England. You can visit the church at... 更多
Lots of free parking and even some toilets to the far left of the building next to the church. Really great artwork on the ends of the pews inside the church and interesting info on the plaques, and pamphlets also. Definitely worth a visit. There is also a small cemetery to the rear, close to the HUGE tree. The headstones... 更多