Designed by Australian architect and artist, George Henry Male Addison (1857-1922), Albert Street Uniting Church was completed in 1889.
The warmth of the terracotta bricks of this Victorian Gothic Revival church contrasts beautifully against the blue sky, reflected in the glazed building behind.
Situated near a busy intersection where Roma Street meets Ann Street. It shares a link to the past under City Hall’s watchful eye, located diagonally across King George’s Square.
6 thoughts on “Albert Street Uniting Church, Brisbane”
Lovely! Time I visited Brisbane 🤓
And, we could go for that coffee!
Yes we have to! x
I curious to see it contrasted next to those other buildings.
Wow! Awesome setting and beautiful building😀
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