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St. John's Anglican Cathedral

373 Ann St, Brisbane, Queensland 4001, Australia
+61 7 3835 2235
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373 Ann St, Brisbane, Queensland 4001, Australia
+61 7 3835 2235
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Reviewed 4 days ago

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.

Thank GotUsWandering
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a lovely church to sit or easy to wander around in. Well preserved. Beautiful organ and seating.

Thank Lesley C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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

Thank Francis D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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

Thank Jeffry B
Reviewed 22 August 2017

Just a short walk up from Central Station on Ann Street brings you to this beautiful cathedral. Standing tall the spires and entrance to the cathedral is spectacular but the best awaits you when you go inside. The high vaulted ceilings and the amazing stained...More

Thank Tony W
Reviewed 17 August 2017

We walked a long Ann Street and came across the St Johns Cathedral. Wow Wow Wow what a spectacular place. The stone glass windows were so amazing to look at. The lady told me as the sun comes around onto the window at the front...More

Thank Delightful2014
Reviewed 9 August 2017

This is a beautiful old church . It is just south of the city and worth seeing near Musgrave Park and Brisbane State High School. Sadly a lot of Brisbane old buildings have been destroyed for progress after the mining boom at the turn of...More

Thank Kaye M
Reviewed 23 July 2017

I have attended services here and often take overseas visitors here. The bells are an amazing sound to hear and the sound in the chapel when I attended a concert was so worth the trip. Walking distance to the city.

Thank Roamen
Reviewed 11 July 2017

St John's Cathedral built around 1906, is a spectacular gothic revival building. All internal walls and ceilings are built of sandstone from Helidon, west of Brisbane. Sandstone from Pyrmont in NSW was used externally for part of the first stage of construction only. The distinctive...More

Thank ozdrum
Reviewed 11 July 2017

I had not seen the Cathedral for 20 years so I was pleased to see it finally completed. Do not miss this Gothic Masterpiece of stained glass and go along to hear an organ concert.

Thank Tom G
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