Corner of Alice St and Hardy St, Dunolly
St. Mary’s Catholic Church was opened in 1871 and is built of sandstone quarried in the nearby hills and granite from Mt. Hooghly. The steeple on this attractive building was only added in 1980.
Services : 2nd and 4th Sundays. Mass at 8.30am
1st and 3rd Sundays. Assembly at 8.30am.
Weslyan Church (Uniting Church)
69 Barkley St , Dunolly.
There are three buildings in this church complex. The Wesleyan Church was opened in 1863. The Weslyans were early arivals in Dunolly, as they were on many goldfields. The early timber church building was errected beore the town survey of 1857 and was somewhere where the adjacent crossroad is now. In front of the church is a Golden Way information board. The grounds are used for a car boot sale held on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Services: Every Sunday.
Anglican Church and Hall
Corner of Market St and Thompson St, Dunolly.
St John’s Anglican Church was completed in 1869 with the roof finished with a ₤300 loan from the discoverers of the Welcome Stranger nugget, John Deason and Richard Oates. The picture below far left shows construction in 1868. The stained glass window had small panels added as a WW1 memorial. Inside is an 1879 Fincham organ, original except for its motorised blower. The smaller building at right rear is the Anglican Hall, opened in May 1858 as a Church of England School. Picture below left shows the school in 1861. The hall became a common school after the May 1862 Common Schools Act provided government funding, provided that religious instruction was not compulsory. The Vicarage in adjacent Market Street is gothic in style and built prior to the church in 1865, to attract a suitable person.
Dunolly Uniting Church
69 Barkly St Dunolly Vic 3472
Last Tuesday of the month
Contact: Jan Watts
Phone: (03) 54681731
Dunolly Op Shop
Open Tuesday 10am – 2pm
Thursday & Friday 10am – 4pm
2nd Saturday of the month during the
Car Boot Sale.