St Andrew's Cathedral is the cathedral of the Anglican Church of Australia. Located in Sydney's CBD, St Andrew's is easily accessed from all around the city.
St Andrew's Cathedral stands beside Sydney Town Hall
and the Queen Victoria Building
, where it was established in 1819 and consecrated in 1868. It is the oldest cathedral in Australia and is one of the most elaborate Gothic-revival church buildings in New South Wales. A great deal of money and time has been spent restoring and caring for the structure of this church to keep as close as possible to its original state. Inside the church is a collection of furniture and fixtures from the time when the church was originally established.
This beautiful church offers services to all Sydney's local residents and visitors. If you are not planning on attending a service at St Andrew's Cathedral, you can still visit the church to experience the beauty, history, culture and tradition of the building. Address: Corner of George and Bathurst Streets, Sydney, NSW, 2000.