11 Station Road, Margaret River
St Margaret’s is of high heritage interest. It was built by local craftsmen Les and Arthur Mann in 1926 and its original fabric is largely intact. It is also the only building of its type in Margaret River that has continued to be used for its original purpose since the consolidation of the town in the 1920s. The style of the building is classed as Inter War Gothic.
It was dedicated to Saint Margaret of Scotland by Bishop Wilson on 30th January 1927. St Margaret is the Patron Saint of wives. Queen of Scotland, she died in 1093 and was canonised in 1250. Her dedicated Chapel is the oldest part of Edinburgh Castle.
We hold services at 9.00am on Sundays and Thursdays and we invite you to join us for worship during your stay in Margaret River. Special services are arranged on the major festivals of the Christian Calendar as well as occasional services as required.
If you are planning a wedding in Margaret River we invite you to consider a traditional wedding in St. Margaret’s.
The Church comfortably seats up to 70 people and there is plenty of parking for your guests. You will enjoy your special day at our Church and fees are very reasonable. We can provide an organist if required or you may desire other
musicians, instrumental or vocal.
Our Parish Centre adjacent to the Church is available for your Reception. There is modern kitchen for your catering and we can assist you in your selection of caterers. All alcoholic beverages may be consumed in the Centre.
Please contact our Clergy for initial discussion and further information.
The Centre is a fully restored heritage building just behind the Church. It opens on to decked areas and the veranda at the front is a pleasant feature. The Centre is available to approved local groups for regular meetings or functions.
Do not hesitate to contact our Clergy for further information.