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Presbyterian church

Hill End Historic Site


Hill End’s heritage Presbyterian Church is a historical example of religious congregation and the importance of religion in gold mining communities in Hill End in the late 1800s.

Historic buildings/places
Hill End Historic Site
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A service is held at 2pm on the fourth Sunday of each month.

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Contact the Presbyterian church directly for more information on 02 6372 0404.

Hill End’s heritage Presbyterian Church is a beautiful example of religious architecture of the late 1800s. It also demonstrates how religion played an important part in the gold mining communities of that time.

While the church is of Gothic design, the inclusion of Romanesque details makes it distinctive and beautiful. The inclusion of the thistle motif in the church’s doorway symbolises the strong Scottish support for the Presbyterian faith.

Once you’ve had a stroll around the church, be sure to visit the Hill End Heritage Centre to discover more about the heritage wealth of Hill End’s mining legacy

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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