A shot of the sandstone church, with a 30 m high tower at the west end, taken from above by a drone shot
an image of the inside of the church, facing the back of the church, with the light coming through the main window of the church
St Mark's most famous window designed by Napier Waller. It is an image of the transfiguration with Jesus in the middle, with Moses to his left and Elijah to his right
an image of the St Mark's organ, including some of the choir stalls
a shot of four of St Mark's stained glass windows.
A shot of the sandstone church, with a 30 m high tower at the west end, taken from above by a drone shot

St Mark's Anglican Church, Camberwell

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Rodney Alsop 1927-1928


St Mark's Camberwell was designed by Rodney Alsop and built in 1927-28. It has a beautiful stained glass windows with some of Napier and Christian Waller's finest works. It also includes windows by Sir Ninian Comper and Joseph Stansfield. It has a simple, classic interior which highlights the beauty of the windows. It is also of historic significance due to its inclusion of a memorial chapel, the Warrior's Chapel of St George, that includes the original tablet and roll of honour dedicated to the men of the parish who lost their lives at war.

What's On

St Mark's will be open for people to walk through themselves, to look, to reflect and to find space to think. There will also be volunteers to give people a guided tour of the building and its significant features if they wish. As St Mark's was designed to be a place of music and worship, at varying times the organ will have an organist playing. We will also have a local community choir ReChoired performing at 2pm on Sunday. This will allow you to experience both the church as a place of architecture and a place of worship.

Children's Activities

There will also be an activity for children who come to participate in.

Images: (1) St Mark's Church. (2) The interior of St Mark's. (3) An up close shot of Napier Waller's primary window at St Mark's. (4) The Organ (5) Four of the dozens of stained glass windows inside St Mark's. (6) St Mark's Church. All photos: courtesy of St Mark's Anglican.

Important Details

Time & Date

Saturday 27 July
Open access 10am-2pm
Tours run 10.15am, 11.15am, 12.15pm + 1.15pm
Running for 20 minutes in groups of 15
Organ performance at 10.45am + 11.45am
No bookings required

Sunday 28 July
Open access 1pm-5pm
Tours run 1.15pm, 2.15pm, 3.15pm + 4.15pm
Running for 20 minutes in groups of 15
Organ performance at 1.30pm + 2.45pm
ReChoired performance 2pm

No bookings required. Tour group capacity is limited and operates on a first-come, first-served basis.

Enter via the principal entrance on Burke Rd. For tours please gather in the church’s main entrance, accessed through the door from our Burke Rd carpark.


Partially wheelchair accessible, Accessible bathroom, Accessible parking nearby

People with a wheelchair can access most of the church, but would have to view the Warrior's Chapel from outside as there is no wheelchair accessibility to that part of the church. If you are in a wheelchair, or need help with access, please prearrange with our office at office@stmarkscamberwell.org.au so we can make sure everything is ready.


1 Canterbury Rd, Camberwell VIC 3124

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