Once a prominent congregation church on Davey Street, this building is now home to the Sepulchre.
Constructed in the 1800s, this property is indeed a unique opportunity, comprising two main structures – the original church and rear meeting rooms. The original character of the building is largely intact including lead-light windows, choir loft, memorials, pulpit, freestanding organ, timber beams and structural supports, and exposed block-work.
Address: 47 Davey Street, Hobart
Open: 10am – 4pm, Saturday 11 November
Highlights: Ecclesiastical features: Stained glass windows, choir loft, memorials, pulpit, freestanding organ
Tours: Guided tours every 15 min
Building specs: Foundation stone laid: 1856, Building completed: 1857, Designed: Tiffin & Davidson, Built: James Pretty