This is a beautiful church and is centrally located in Ann Street and is worth a visit if you're in this part of the city.
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I found this cathedral less spectacular than I expected. It seemed a bit dark. It's a mixture of French and English Victorian Gothic Revival styles. The foundation stone was laid in 1901 and the Cathedral was built in 3 stages, the latest completed in 2009....More
We did not get to go inside and tour, but we were able to see it up close and it was awesome. Wish we could have taken a tour I am sure it would have been worth it.
This old cathedral is magnificent with its spires and bell tolls. The inside is also an inspiration well worth a visit.
St. John's Cathedral has undergone a massive restoration project on the entry, roof and spires. The interior of the cathedral rates with cathedrals around the world. Definitely a must for any visitor to Brisbane. Often concerts are held in the Cathedral also.
Beautiful church inside and out. If you live in the area you have probably driven past and never gone in, do yourself a favour and check it out.
A BRILLIANT BUILDING. The Art is lifeless. The sad thing about this place is it has that Royal Family atmosphere about it of AGED WOMED. The old Queen Mother could waddle in with that same HAT and a Ronald Raegan Smile reminding me she never...More
St John's is Brisbane;s Anglican cathedral. The stonework is a patchwork of rose, gray and ochre. It is very beautiful. Queenslanders seem to be very good at building churches, the city has a number of distinctive houses of worship. St John's welcomes worshippers to its...More