No. 744 - Launceston - Punchbowl - Eternal Life Christian Church

Punchbowl is a suburb to the south east of the city of Launceston. The area is best known for the Punch Bowl Reserve, which centres on a natural rock fissure and waterfall. In earlier times it was known as The Devil’s Punchbowl.

The Eternal Life Christian Church on Punchbowl Road is a part of the Assembly of God denomination. It was previously the Punchbowl Bible Chapel, one of four Christian Brethren churches established in Launceston. A timber chapel was built by the Brethren in 1961 but this was outgrown and sold after the Brethren built a new church at Punchbowl in 1991. After the building was acquired by the Assembly of God, a brick facade and tower was added. The original timber church remains and can been seen from the side and rear of the building.

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* Photographs used are my own.


Green, Anne. and Launceston (Tas.). Council.  A model municipality : places of management, mentoring & medicine in Launceston / Anne Green  Launceston City Council Launceston, Tas  2007


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