Tag Archives: St James Church

Stamping our feet was out of the question

By the time we left St James Church my travelling companion and I were mentally fatigued from information and sensory overload and my feet wanted a rest.  Our experiences early that day included driving from Tullah, walking to and from … Continue reading

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Riding shotgun or just a bun in the oven?

Waratah is situated on the western side of Tasmania but the European settlers were no wilder there than in other parts that were being newly developed for timber or minerals in the 19th and early 20th centuries.  This was not a … Continue reading

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Gothic design inspired church in Waratah

We left the Philosopher’s Hut and ambled along Smith St towards the church. On the way we passed a graphic symbol representing the name of this town – the stunningly beautiful flowering plant, Waratah (Telopea truncata). St James Church, a … Continue reading

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