Holy Trinity Anglican Church

34 Cameron Street, Launceston, lutruwita (Tasmania)

The Holy Trinity Church has a rich history, stretching back to 1838. The current building was constructed during the late 1800s through to the early 1900s to replace the original church after it was made unstable by an earth tremour. Features include a distinctive organ shipped from London, along with ornate stained glass windows, made in Melbourne. Come along to marvel at the intricate brickwork, meet local parishioners, and if you’re lucky, you might stumble upon pieces played on the organ or piano!

Architect: Alexander North

Highlights: Stained glass rose gothic window, organ, mosaic panels

Building Specs: Type: church. Built: 1900s

General Open: 10 am – 1 pm and 3.30 pm – 4 pm (no bookings required)



Building Type

Place of Worship

Architectural Period

Victorian (1851-1901)



History of Launceston

Suitable for Children


Pram Friendly

Wheelchair Friendly

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