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this church is located in a nice part of the city, across the road from Supreme Court gardens. It does not compare to many of the churchs in europe, with all the ornate stain glass and magnifetrcent interiors.
I have been wanting to see the inside of this Cathedral for a while and by chance, one hot summer's day, I was in the vicinity and decided to pop in.
It is perched on a grassy knoll and is listed on the Western Australia...More
There is currently an incredible exhibition inside, showcasing art created by older school children (16 to 18 year olds). But even if you miss it, the church is definitely beautiful to warrant a visit. The stained glass windows and spectacular organ are particularly noteworthy.
Located on St. Georges Terrace near the corner with Barrack St., this is an "attractive" long-shaped cathedral (attractive largely due to its "red-brick" exterior I would say) with also a tower on one end of its length where looking up you'll see the flag bearing...More
St Georges Cathedral is located in the heart of the city and is a church of traditional Anglican worship.
There are numerous icons, within the Cathedral as well as beautiful stained glass windows. We admired the memorials to Western Australian pioneers, community leaders and those...More
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No, there isn't public parking space at the Cathedral, and works at the nearby Old Treasury Building mean that the area is currently more congested than usual. There is ticketed street parking nearby, though, and a large... More
No, there isn't public parking space at the Cathedral, and works at the nearby Old Treasury Building mean that the area is currently more congested than usual. There is ticketed street parking nearby, though, and a large public car park in Pier Street, about an eight-minute walk from the Cathedral.