- Christ Church 57 McKillop Street
- Church of Christ Latrobe Terrace
- Geelong Synagogue (former) McKillop Street
- St Georges Presbyterian Church Latrobe Terrace
- St Georges Presbyterian Manse Latrobe Terrace
- St Giles Church and Free Church School (former) 72-80 Gheringhap Street
- St Johns Lutheran Church 165 Yarra Street
- St Pauls Anglican Church Latrobe Terrace
- Stella Maris Convent Bay Street, Geelong North
- St Peter and Paul Catholic Church Mercer Street
- Wesleyan Parsonage (former) 96 Yarra Street
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