Beagle Bay Church altar

BEAGLE BAY AND THE SACRED HEART CHURCH

Beagle Bay is the traditional home to the Nyul Nyul people and was first established as a catholic mission by French Trappist
Monks around 1890. Today it is famous for its white, heritage listed, Sacred Heart Church which was built by German Pallottine priests and local indigenous people in 1918.

Modelled on a black and white photograph of a German village church, the inside shimmers with the mother of pearl shell that
decorates the walls, floors and most notably the altar.

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Staying at Beagle Bay:
Accommodation is available consisting of an air conditioned house
sleeping six people at $150 and self-contained, air conditioned units
for two or four people at $100 per night.