Temple of the Stork
This is another example of stonework structures by Henry Halloran that were built during the Great Depression when land sales had taken a downturn. Henry changed his attention to erecting stonework and other constructions on his estates.
All the stonework is of a similar style and was constructed of local materials.
Henry sketched the designs on whatever paper he had at the time, and William H. Powe build them. At Tanilba Bay Powe was assisted in the construction by Lewis Crawley and Eric and Harold Black of Ferodale.
New constructions were added progressively during the period from 1928 to 1933 when the Temple of the Stork was completed.