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An organ commemorates the sesquicentenary of St Luke the Evangelist Church.

St Luke's was built between 1834-35 to the design of architect John Lee Archer in a delightful Georgian Gothic style, and incorporates a crenellated west end tower and clock.

The organ was installed in St John's Anglican Church, Devonport in 1909, the gift of a parishioner, later indicated as Mr A. Munnew, where it was first used on Easter Day.  It was rebuilt in 1966 by K.R. Davis & Son, at which time a new case, radiating-concave pedal board and swell box were provided. The organ was installed at Richmond in 1984 by Australian Pipe Organs Pty Ltd when the Devonport church acquired a larger organ built by Fred Taylor for a church in Melbourne.


Address:Torrens & Church Streets, St Luke`s Anglican Church, Richmond, 7025
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -42.738364
Long: 147.438928
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Organ
Monument Theme:Culture


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 21st October, 1984
Front Inscription

Originally from St. Johns Church Devonport.
This organ was dedicated on Sunday 21st October 1984.
To mark the Sesquicentenary of
The Church of  St Luke the Evangelist.

Source: MA
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