|List||Register of the National Estate (Non-statutory archive)|
|Legal Status||Registered (21/03/1978)|
|Place File No||4/01/072/0001|
|Statement of Significance|
Architecturally significant, All Saints' Church was designed by architects R S Dods with stained glass windows designed by noted Scottish architect, Robert Lorimer. The church is also of historical significance being a memorial to the Honorable R M Collins MC, politician, pastorilist and originator of national parks in Queensland.
(The Commission is in the process of developing and/or upgrading official statements for places listed prior to 1991. The above data was mainly provided by the nominator and has not yet been revised by the Commission.)
|Official Values Not Available|
|Fine timber church building, built of local hardwood and red cedar. Shingle roof now replaced by concrete tiles. Verandahs each side feature delicate curved bressumers. Stained glass windows designedby Robert Lorimer (noted Scottish architect and friend of Dods.) Graves of the Collins family in the churchyard.|
|History Not Available|
|Condition and Integrity|
|Shingles would have been better for the roof than tiles. Interior is original. Especially fine building.|
|Tamrookum Church Road just off Mount Lindesay Highway, Tamrookum.|
FREELAND, COX AND STACEY: "RUDE TIMBER BUILDINGS IN AUSTRALIA", |
J.M.FREELAND :"ARCHITECTURE IN AUSTRALIA" P.237, 238.
Report Produced Sat Apr 19 16:31:37 2014