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St. Barnabas Chapel

Douglas Dr, Norfolk Island 2899, Australia
+672 3 22147
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This so difficult to describe you just have to walk into this chapel to appreciate the workmanship... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wollongong, Australia
via mobile
Gem of a church with a Willis organ

We were taken here by Lynn of Bounti Travel: she gave us an interesting talk about all the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Guildford, United Kingdom
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“old church” (59 reviews)
“pipe organ” (22 reviews)
Douglas Dr, Norfolk Island 2899, Australia
+672 3 22147
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This so difficult to describe you just have to walk into this chapel to appreciate the workmanship it is best to go on a tour and you will be told the history

Thank LesleyandBarry
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were taken here by Lynn of Bounti Travel: she gave us an interesting talk about all the different and special features of this charming church. It is beautifully decorated, with William Morris windows, marble from Devon, and one of only 9 Willis organs, which...More

Thank Mami546
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Loved this place. The church is amazing and so beautiful. It is so worth a visit. One of the best churches I have ever seen

Thank Sharon C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Once inside the Chapel we were blown away with the amazing craftsmanship of the interior. Beautiful stain glass windows, wooden ceiling and marble

Thank rosie2426
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I am not a churchgoer and find many of them stuffy in both their views and the air in the building. Not Barnabas. This stone and wood building has its own natural air conditioning system that leaves the air cool and sweet. But it’s the...More

Thank TheBarovskys
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Chapel is full of history and well worth a visit. I’d recommend doing a tour that includes the Chapel as there’s so much to learn about it

Thank Emjmeakin
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Take a drive, very easy to get to flat land for access. The church is full of history and has beautiful stain glass windows. Take time to have a look at the gardens

Thank Joy L
Reviewed 12 November 2017

We viewed this church as part of a half day tour with a wonderful guide who explained the history of the Polynesians who established the village in the early 1800's The church was outstanding and its condition is as constructed, the stained glass windows on...More

Thank roy h
Reviewed 7 November 2017

This church is a gem. Well cared for, still in use, this beautiful chapel evokes a calm atmosphere. Going with a guide is good as you will get all the history and be able to have your questions answered. Don't miss the enormous fig tree...More

Thank Hazel H
Reviewed 3 November 2017

For such a small island Norfolk certainly has some interesting history. This place supported the Missionary Training in the Pacific, so no wonder there is the unique feature of pearl inky in the seats. Seats face inwards to the centre rather than the altar also...More

Thank Judith J
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