The site is shared with a disused two storey primary school and small toilet block. An angle iron framed, isolated bell tower and a tennis court are other features on the site. A large area on the northern side of the church ground is unoccupied. A convent and another residence occupy adjacent sites on the northern side of Taylor Street.
The church is rectangular in plan form with an attached bell tower on the north eastern corner. A later addition at the western end provides a chancel and vestries.
The external walls are constructed in brick, rising from a rendered brick plinth. The high walls are strengthened internally by the use of pilasters. Tie rods under the roof trusses tie pilasters on opposite sides of the building together. All brick walls are rendered.
The pitched roof is sheeted with terra cotta pantiles. The exposed rafters to the unlined eaves overhang are decorated by the shaping of an ogee mould into the underside of the rafter.
The eastern end is terminated with a parapeted gable, the parapet capping being slightly decorative and containing a cross finial mounted on the apex. This east elevation comprises a central entry porch opening, coupled lancet type windows positioned on either side of the entry, aedicules above these windows and three lancet type windows located centrally above the entry porch.
The porch entrance is defined by a face brick lined jamb and semicircular arch. The lintel and panel over the entrance opening being supported on concrete volutes. Security to the entrance porch is provided by a pair of decorated mild steel gates incorporating quatrefoil motifs.
The windows to the front are lancet type windows with semicircular arch heads and are united by a pier which is faced with a half column complete with base and capital. These timber framed windows contain lead lighted casements with fanlights above.
The windows to the nave are coupled lancet type windows with semi-circular arch heads. The timber framed lead-lighted windows comprise a combination of lower casement and upper hopper with a fixed fanlight over.
Doors to the main front and side entries are framed vertical joint timber doors. As the nave is elevated above the slightly sloping ground level all doors are accessed by means of concrete steps, each containing a central pipe handrail. No provision is made for access by the disabled.
The square bell tower contains three levels of coupled lancet type windows on the eastern and north sides. These windows are of similar detail to those in the eastern parapeted gable front. Positioned on top of this tower structure is a rendered brick belfry containing four openings each with a semi-circular arch head.
The transition between tower and belfry is roofed with terra cotta pantiles identical to those covering the nave roof.
The belfry is decorated with three bands of copings. The first is located at the springing line of the semi-circular arches with the next band at a point above the head of the arches where the belfry walls are slightly stepped back. The final band is located at the top of the wall at the base of the metal sheeted cupola. A metal finial is mounted on the top of the cupola. Protective, fabricated mild steel balustrading is installed in each opening to the belfry.
The rear timber framed extension is sheeted externally with weatherboards and the pitched roof sheeted with pantiles similar to those used over the nave. The chancel extension rises above the vestry roof and is separately roofed with a pitched pantile roof. This chancel contains two stained glass windows in the western wall and are located either side of the altar.
The internal pilasters are finished on either side with quarter round columns terminating at the top with a capital under a rectangular impost block. Five exposed timber trusses with king post tie rods support the roof framing. The nave and entry porch ceilings are sheeted with fibrous cement with timber cover strips over joints.
Internal walls are rendered and painted. The timber floor to the nave is sheeted with vinyl tiles along the aisles and walkway areas.