Ebenezer Church, Ebenezer

#55 of 211 in Historic Sites in New South Wales
Church · Tourist Spot
The Ebenezer Church is a heritage-listed Uniting church and cemetery and former schoolhouse located at Coromandel Road, Ebenezer, City of Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia. It was designed by Andrew Johnston and built from 1809 to 1823. It is now part of the Uniting Church in Australia, having been a Presbyterian church prior to amalgamation. The church was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999.
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  • This is a place we love to visit... unfortunately our memory failed us this time.. we wanted the beautiful scones and a drink, but didn’t bring cash , only our cards.. oh well, never mind.. we’ll be.....  more »
  • Ebenezer is the oldest church in Australia. The volunteers do a fabulous job maintaining the church and grounds. Scones, jam, cream and a pot of tea (or coffee) available for $7 per person. Sit...  more »
  • Lovely spot, just a nicely set place. Good for a picnic too nearby.
  • First church built in Australia, and the original school. Open every day for visiting. Tea rooms too. Beautiful area with bushland and the Hawkesbury River walks.

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