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The Garrison Church

Inside the Garrison Church - a white Lilium flower in front of an arched stained glass window set within a sandstone wall, with dark wooden ceiling and beams above

Why go there

The Garrison Church in the Rocks was built in the 1840s from sandstone quarried in nearby Argyle Street. It was originally known as The Church of the Holy Trinity but later changed its name in recognition of the many soldiers from the nearby garrison who worshipped there.

The church faces a village green and is flanked by rows of colonial workers' cottages. You'll find the perfect place for a rare moment of reflection in this delightful location.

Don't miss

  • The magnificent stained-glass windows

Access for all

Access Summary

Mobility access

Getting around

Mobility access

Access is via a step down to the front path and then a small step at the entry.

The Garrison Church is a gothic sandstone building with decorative gate posts at the start of the pathway that leads to the front entrance

Wheelchair access is via the side carpark and then through the north-west door into the church. There is no accessible toilet.

How to get there

Map

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Inside the Garrison Church - a white Lilium flower in front of an arched stained glass window set within a sandstone wall, with dark wooden ceiling and beams above

Access Summary

Mobility access

Contact Details

Address:
Argyle and Lower Fort Streets,
Millers Point NSW 2000

Phone: + 61 2 9247 1071

Website:
The Garrison Church
(www.churchhillanglican.com)

Opening hours

Open daily

Price

Free

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