A Church filled with fascinating history is a must visit
There is always something tranquil when you visit a place of worship, whether you are a believer of a higher power or not, there is no doubt some reason you find peace within yourself.
Nestled in a small picturesque town in the Far South Coast of New South Wales, All Saints Church in Bodalla is a historical Anglican Church that is splendidly apportioned in this rural region and certainly gives you that tranquillity.
The church has a fascinating history and with amazing views of the breathtaking coastal hinterland, it certainly makes a delightful pit stop as it sits atop of a hill on the outskirts of this small town. All Saints Church was erected in 1880 making it one of the historical sites of New South Wales.
It was quite interesting reading these tablets and learning about the history of the church.
Outside views of the coastal hinterlands can be seen from the tower of the church, as you walk around the grounds of the church you are welcomed with pleasant gardens and a memorial garden with plaques.
This is certainly one spectacular historical church to visit.