Discover the charm and history of All Saints Church in Henley Brook, which is the oldest church in Western Australia. Taking three years to build by one of the early pioneers of the area, Richard Edwards, the church has been hosting services since 1841.
Wander around the quaint church and examine the craftsmanship of the early settlers. Walk through the cemetery and read the inscriptions on the gravestones of significant pioneers who developed the colony, including William Mackie, Frederick Irwin and John Connolly.
The site of the church holds great significance as it was here that Captain James Stirling camped in 1827. As stated on a sign at the entrance of the church grounds, “it was here the vision of a State arose in his heart and mind.”
All Saints is a popular tourist attraction for visitors touring the Swan Valley. After exploring the charming church, relax on the banks of the Swan River, which flows behind the church. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the tranquil setting. All Saints Church is in Henley Brook, 30 minutes drive northeast of Perth.
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Carpark, History & Heritage