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“Part of Half Day Island Tour”

St. Barnabas Chapel
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a delight inside and out very old with plenty of history we were given a great insight into the history of this very old church by our bus driver

Thank John C
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited as part of our island tour. It is a must stop place. The window, the structure just superb.

Thank downunder45
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Well worth time to read about, then explore inside and out -- old graveyard especially. Is always open.. and the front door opens IN :)

Thank Ron M
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Reviewed May 16, 2018

This chapel was built for the Melanesian mission but now forms the venue for Sunday morning CofE services. It is a beautiful church in a lovely country setting. It also houses a historic organ and one should enquire if there might be a recital during your stay. Of interest to the visitor might be the fact that there are well maintained toilets at the rear of the church hall.

Thank DavidNAustralia
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Reviewed May 7, 2018

St Barnabas Chapel like so many buildings on Norfolk Island is steeped in history- both beautiful inside and outside - well worth an hour of your time to sit and contemplate its history and its workmanship.

Thank briantscharke2018
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