Chalmer’s Church | Virtual Tour


The charming peeling paint on the exterior of Chalmers Church is in stark contrast to the crisp, functional space that the inside has become. Transformed by Graeme and Jodie Walker of Walker Designs, the fit-out is considered and full of fun, quirky details (including a sneaky astro-turf putting green – keep your eyes peeled), with the main work space bathed in colourful light filtering down from the stained-glass windows. Below the main space are a series of rooms dedicated to staff break-outs areas, meeting and training rooms, along with a hidden guest room!

Tune into the Open House YouTube channel at 9.30 am to join in on the virtual tour.

Architect: Original building: William Henry Clayton

Designer: 2014 transformation: Graeme & Jodie Walker

Highlights: Adaptive reuse design office space, stained glass windows

Building Specs: Type: converted church. Built: 1859-60. Transformed in 2014

Accessibility: Staircase access to first floor (main office space), ground floor also has one flight of 5 steps to access the staff break-out/rear areas of the building

Virtual Tour Time: 9.30 am (virtual tour only)

Duration: 20 – 25 minutes


Virtual Tour

Building Types

Place of Worship

Retail and Offices


Architectural Periods

Contemporary (2001-current)

Victorian (1851-1901)


History of Launceston

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