St George's Cathedral is the principal Anglican church in the city of Perth, Western Australia, and the mother-church of the Anglican Diocese of Perth. It is located on St Georges Terrace in the centre of the city.
On 26 June 2001 the cathedral was listed on the Western Australia Heritage Register with the following statement of significance:
Sonny D'Mello | Mar 6, 2018
An absolutely spectacular and breath taking cathedral in the historical and architectural arena. It is an absolute MUST VISIT not just for tourists but for Australians too. As soon as you enter you are gobsmacked with the grandeur of this place of worship. The sanctuary, the pipe organs with trumpets, the knaves, stained glass all add to a spiritual enrichment of those that walk in. Do check out the pictures.
Alex Hart | Jun 18, 2018
A beautiful cathedral which provides a glimpse of Colonial Perth. The new library and the restoration/gentrification/repurposing of the old Treasury building has bought light to the Cathedral again, Wonderful
Zane Holmes | Feb 3, 2018
Very big church, workers just seemed unfriendly. We asked if we could look around and the basically just handed us a booklet and said that their tour guide was sick and we had to do it ourselves. The atmosphere of the place made up for the people and it was really amazing seeing the olden church in the heart of Perth. Worth checking out no matter what religion you are!
Hatim Ghadhban Abood | May 18, 2018
Piece of history, art, and architecture. It is open to the public except special occasions
Alessandro Franchi | Apr 10, 2018
An impressive architecture, it is worth a visit , it is open in normal hours and it is one of the things to visit in this beautiful city
Albert Kristian | Jul 29, 2018
Fascinated by the splendor medieval architecture of the church. All the worships sung by the angelic choirs during the mass were also really beautiful and peaceful.
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