St George’s Cathedral
Situated in the heritage heart of the City of Perth within the Cathedral Square precinct, St George’s is the principal cathedral of the Anglican Province of Western Australia and the metropolitan Diocese of Perth.
Consecrated in 1888, St George’s Cathedral stands as an architectural gem to the glory of God, to the pioneers who funded and constructed it and to the generations of faithful people who have maintained and preserved its fabrics and traditions over the years.
Our main Sunday services are 8.00am - Holy Eucharist (BCP); 10.00am - Choral Eucharist; and 5.00pm - Choral Evensong.
St George’s Cathedral can easily be reached by train, bus, and car. There are three train stations within walking distance - The Esplanade, Perth Underground and Perth Station. Most bus stops terminate at either Wellington Street or Elizabeth Quay Bus Stations, both are only a short walk to the Cathedral.
Public parking is available at the City of Perth parking at Council House or on the corner of Pier Street between Murray and Wellington Streets. The nearest ACROD parking is a 30-minute bay on Hay Street in front of the City of Perth Library.
St George's Cathedral is open every day of the year from 7.00am until 6.00pm (5.00pm on Saturday; 5.30pm during winter; 1.00pm on most public holidays; Christmas Day - closed from 12noon; Good Friday - closed from 4.00pm).