Local Architecture

Local Architecture

Horsham city contains some important architecture, including the modernistic 1970's Uniting Church with stained galss windows to the more traditional Anglican church featuring a beautiful wooden ceiling.

Catholic Church of Ss. Michael & John

1987 Award winning design by Greg Burgess (architect of Brambuk, Halls Gap)

Located at the corner of Urquhart & McLachlan St

Open 8am to 6pm

Old Flour Mill

An icon of the Wimmera region. Located in Mills St.

St John's Anglican Church

1957 Stained glass windows, sculpture by Leopoldine Mimovich &
Wallace Anderson -

Located at the northern end of Firebrace St. Open 7am - 5pm

T & G Building

Art Deco, clock tower - Northern end of Firebrace St.

Wesley Performing Art Centre

Began its life in 1912 as the Wesley Church. From 1998 - 1999 substantial redevelopment was carried out. Its centrepiece is the beautiful pipe organ and the interior is made of timber. the venue offers intimate performance space.

Located on the corner of Roberts Ave and Urquhart St.

Former cattle sales building

Interesting Art Deco façade located in Hamilton St.