What is significant?
The Mirranatwa Uniting Church complex is located on the south side of the Mirranatwa School Road, beside the Mirranatwa hall and former school. The complex consists of a small symmetrical church in the form of a simple hall of four bays, with a front porch and entrance of the east side. The church is constructed from sawn limestone, and the roofs of the church and porch are gabled with corrugated iron.The first church services were held at Barrahead homestead, owned by Thomas Robertson, later of Skene Homestead near Hamilton. After he left for Hamilton, services were conducted in the local Mirranatwa school. No architect or builder has been associated with the design of the church, constructed in 1961. The building is in good condition, and retains a high degree of integrity to the 1960s period.
How is it significant?
The Mirranatwa Uniting Church is of historical and social significance to the community of Mirranatwa and the Southern Grampians Shire.
Why is it significant?
The Mirranatwa Uniting Church is of historical and social significance as the focus for, firstly, the Presbyterian and, subsequently, Uniting Church denominations in the Mirranatwa district and the Victoria Valley generally.