Bolo Chapel

The Farm Chapel "Christ the King" is part of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn, located north of Tullibigeal on the Farm "Bolo" between Lake Cargelligo, Kiacatoo and Condobolin. Truly an amazing site to see, has been described as a "Present for the Bush"

The Chapel “Christ The King” has the blessing of Archbishop Christopher Prowse DD STD. His Grace appointed Father Emil Milaf as the Chaplain. The Chapel was blessed by his Grace Archbishop Karl Hesse on the 12th July 2008.

The Farm Chapel “Christ The King” is of a circular design, representing the form of eternity, with a bronze cross on the roof symbolising redemption through Jesus Christ. The domed roofed is highlighted in the interior with a vast fresco adorning the ceiling. The outer roof is covered with tiles of 100mm x 100mm, displaying four Jerusalem crosses, one in each direction.

A number people were integral in bring the farm chapel to life. Construction was led by Rudi Ehrat,a Swiss master builder known well in the Swiss community of NSW. The art work was carried out by master artist Prof. Todor Velin from Bulgaria. Most of the work was carried out on the farm itself, with some in his studio in Sydney, with one of the three mosaics taking nine months to complete. Prof. Velin spent over a year painting the fresco on the domed interior while completing the remaining two mosaics