Oblique view after restoration
Source: SAIA 2018:79

Photographer: Unknown




Interior after restoration
Source: SAIA 2018:79

Photographer: Unknown




Interior after restoration
Source: SAIA 2018:79

Photographer: Unknown




Interior after restoration
Source: SAIA 2018:79

Photographer: Unknown




Single bell after restoration
Source: SAIA 2018:79

Photographer: Unknown




View of bells after restoration
Source: SAIA 2018:79

Photographer: Unknown




Drawing 203 of 365 by Shaun Gaylard

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Opening ceremony
Submitted by Mark Finnigan via William Martinson

Photographer: Unknown




Settlers Memorial Tower - the Campanile - during construction, surrounded by scaffolding, 1921-2. Customs house in background.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




View of the Campanile from the seafront, towering over the Customs House.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




View of campanile from Jetty Street. C.1924. Horse drays in foreground. North, jetty, behind, Customs House to right.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




The campanile silhouetted against a sunset.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Distant view
Submitted by Derek Marshall via William Martinson

Photographer: Unknown - 1958




Campanile seen from the end of the north jetty. c.l925. Customs house to left. On skyline, the Donkin light house before alterations, Donkin memorial pyramid.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




View of campanile, taken from a height. Harbour with shipping in the background.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




View of the Campanile from the entrance to the north jetty, c. 1960. On the left Astra House - built 1949, demolished 1976; and on the right Palmerston Hotel - now the Campanile Hotel.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Jack Arnold




Colour photograph of campanile taken from a height. Harbour with shipping in background. To right, Albany Hotel and Customs House.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Colour photograph of campanile taken from a height. Harbour with shipping in background. To right, Albany Hotel and Customs House.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Colour photograph with harbour in the background

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Campanile with harbour in the background.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Campanile with street in the background.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Campanile with street in the background.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Entrance door.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Top of tower.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




One of the Campanile bells being hoisted up to the top of the tower.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




One of the Campanile bells being hoisted up to the top of the tower.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Three of the campanile bells in position.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Bells in position.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Bells in position.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




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Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Clock/Bell mechanism.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Clock/Bell mechanism.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Clock/Bell mechanism.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




Clock/Bell mechanism.

Submitted by Bryan WINTERMEYER
Photographer: Unknown




CAMPANILE:1820 Settlers' Memorial
A 204-step spiral staircase leads up to a carillon of 23 bells and a viewing platform which offers a panoramic view of the harbour. To right, CUSTOMS HOUSE
Submitted by Dorothy Adendorff
Photographer: Unknown - pre 1971




Contemporary Postcard - View over Harbour from Campanile with arched wrought iron frame in high level window opening
Submitted by Mark Finnigan via William Martinson

Photographer: Unknown




View from seaward side with elevated highway in background
Submitted by Mark Finnigan via William Martinson

Photographer: Unknown