We looked in at this gorgeous old building, mainly to see the convict hand-made bricks. We were greeted by a warm and friendly volunteer who knew lots of historical information and generously provided us with a backdrop to how and why the church is currently restored as it is.
We climbed right up several levels and onto the roof of the tower, which provided great views of the town.
Loved the wood panelling, the stone flooring and the general gravitas of the history.
Great spot to visit if you enjoy history and beautiful buildings!
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