Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Of Hobart

50 Warwick St, Hobart

BOOKINGS OPEN AT 10 AM ON THURSDAY, 19 OCTOBER 2023

Architect: James Blackburn (1846)

This convict-built, heritage-listed church dates back to 1841. Designed in the Gothic Revival style by convict architect James Blackburn, Holy Trinity is regarded as one of Hobart’s most prominent Colonial buildings and is now owned by the Greek Orthodox Church. It features an impressive bell tower, the oldest bells made for an Australian church and three stunning Greek Orthodox chandeliers from Athens.

Bell Tower Tours: Saturday 11 November 2023, 9 am, 10 am, 11:05*am, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, + Sunday 12 November 2023, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm

Duration: 45 Minutes

Note: Steep staircase leading up to the bell ringing room; please wear sturdy shoes and mind your step.

*  On Saturday, 11 November, Open House Hobart asks everyone to observe a minute silence at 11 am for Remembrance Day.

Location

Hobart

Building Types

Cultural

Place of Worship

Architectural Period

Pre-separation Colonial (1836-1850)

Feature

History of Hobart

Accessibility

Stair Access Only

See. Snap. Share. Win.

Share your pics of your favourite places and the stories that go with them on Instagram or Facebook, using the hashtags #oh_hobart and #oh_launceston to enter this year’s photo competition. Stay tuned for a host of prizes.

#oh_hobart
#oh_launceston