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Woodloes Homestead

Situated on the beautiful Woodloes Homestead site, Cannington’s Church with a Chimney is a perfect setting for any event.

Built in 1874 by architect and timber mill owner Francis Bird, the heritage-listed homestead offers attractive photo opportunities. Used as a congregational church in the 1800s, the red and white bricked church is now non-denominational. Volunteers from the Canning Districts Historical Society maintain it.

The Church with a Chimney is available for casual hire for events such as weddings and naming ceremonies (not suitable for social functions).

The Woodloes Homestead features:

  • Homestead Museum (open on the first and third Sunday of each month from March to December, in the afternoon)
  • Church with a Chimney
  • Blacksmith's Workshop.
Photograph of Woodloes Homestead


For more information and to book, please contact the Canning Districts Historical Society on 0427 780 490 or visit the Woodloes Homestead website.

Parking and accessibility


  • On-site parking for 18 vehicles and one bus.
  • One Acrod parking bay and one bus bay.

Toilet Amenities

  • Two ambulant toilets.
  • One unisex accessible toilet.
  • One baby change facility.

Building Access

  • Paved pedestrian walkways including ramps to access buildings.
  • Wheelchair access to Homestead entry with some limitations to internal accessibility.
  • Wheelchair access to Church with a Chimney.

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