Holy Trinity Church (Rottnest Island)
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Holy Trinity Church (Rottnest Island)

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Not much information can be found about this church. It sits upon a hill on Rottnest Island, a tourist destination located off the coast of Perth in Western Australia. The island was used in colonial times when Perth was being settled and this particular church was erected in 1858.

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