Being the mother church of the Diocese of Sydney Australia, the cathedral has long served the people of Sydney. Located in the centre of the city at the corner of George and Bathurst Streets, it is still used to today as a centre of worship. It is also a popular place to visit, being situated above Town Hall Train Station and next the the city’s Town Hall.
It was founded in the early days of the town of Sydney in 1819. Visit the St Andrew’s Cathedral website:
Saint Andrews Cathedral Sydney was consecrated the same year that Sydney Town Hall opened its doors. Designed by Edmund Blacket, St Andrews Cathedral is the oldest serving cathedral in Australia.
Saint Andrews Sydney was consecrated the same year that Sydney Town Hall opened its doors and located on the same plaza.
A shopping Sydney landmark, located across the street of the Sydney Town Hall is the Queen Victoria Building:
Also, a short walk west from here (ten minutes) will get you to Darling Harbour:
Map showing the location of Saint Andrews Cathedral, Sydney Town Hall and the QVB:
You can find luxury hotels to budget apartments, hostels and bed & breakfasts in the Sydney city centre and nearby suburbs.
Main Photo: Reflected off the surrounding skyscrapers is the morning sun, colouring the sandstone of the Cathedral
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