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What a surprise it was when my wife and I visited St George's cathedral!
Having worked nearby for many years I had often passed by and admired it from the outside.
We took advantage of Heritage Week to visit and were blown away at how...More
St Georges Cathedral is an iconic building right in the centre of Perth. As a young boy when I first went to this cathedral, I was impressed with it's size. My father was one of the "bell ringers" albeit, many years ago.
Historically, the colonial...More
A beautiful church in the style of the traditional English Anglican churches of England. I like the blend of the upper, modern stained glass windows and the traditional ones lower down. It has a wonderful organ with trumpets which I would dearly love to hear...More
A charming cathedral which is welcoming and bathed in glorious colours from the newly installed modern stained glass windows. The staff are warm and friendly, the soldiers chapel reflective and inspiring. An oasis of calm in a busy city.
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.
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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.