St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne

Building Description

St Paul’s Cathedral is the home church for Anglicans in Melbourne, the seat of the Archbishop of Melbourne and Metropolitan of Victoria, and home for regular worshippers from more than 25 nations. The Cathedral is Victoria’s most visited sacred place, with over 400,000 visitors a year.

St Paul’s stands on the site where the first public Christian services in Melbourne were led by Dr Alexander Thomson in 1836. The Cathedral was completed in 1896, and worship has taken place on this site every day since then. It is an oasis of peace at the heart of the world’s most liveable city, where many thousands come to pray, reflect and share in the peace and beauty of this sacred space.

An iconic and much-loved feature of Melbourne’s skyline

What's On

Sunday 25th July, 10am
Our services of worship will be offered online, with orders of service available in the description of the livestreams. Participants are encouraged to follow along from their homes as they would have in-person.

Saturday 24th + Sunday 24th July
Take a Virtual Reality Tour


Images courtesy St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne.

Important Details

Time & Date

Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th July

Sunday 25th, 10am
Live streamed service


Closed Captions


209 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000

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