a lot of history. Oldest operational Church in WA. Many of the pioneers are buried in the church grounds
An historic site which is well maintained and easy to park and explore. If you like Western Australian history this stop is a must.
It is amazing to walk amongst pioneer history and get a glimpse of what life may have been like before all our modern 'conveniences'. The restoration is amazing but would have like some more details of the process as what was on display was really interesting. The historical facts were really interesting. For such a historic location the only negative... More
This beautifully restored church is such a credit to the foresight of the pioneers and to the current custodians for its maintenance and the continued usage of such a building. A wander around the grounds looking at the graves gives a glimpse into the harshness of settler days but for those seeking a spiritual expereince it is also the perfect... More
The history of this place is amazing! We had a lovely service and then went to have the reception further along the road in the Swan Valley.
Head for the Swan Valley Pack a picnic lunch, grab a local bottle of wine from one of many wineries,my preference (Highway wines).on the Great northern hwy. and see one of the last history spots in W.A. All Saints Church in Henley Brook, Have a wonder around, pick a nice spot under a tree overlooking the swan river, and relax... More
Set on the banks of the Swan River in Henley Brook, was the place chosen by my dear friend Rosemary who passed away with breast cancer, for her memorial . The church is tiny, the first in Western Australia and was overflowing with friends and family. A lovely location with many graves of WA's founding fathers.
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