Across the road from Federation Square, Saint Paul’s Cathedral is an Anglican church on the banks of the Yarra River. A landmark in Melbourne, the building was constructed in 1880. The stunning architecture of the cathedral has been described as a “revival of Gothic transitional style”. The interior of the building is just as amazing, with its patterned tiles and English organ. Just outside the cathedral is a statue of a fellow Australian icon, Matthew Flinders.
Saint Paul’s Cathedral
Address: Corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne
Phone: 03 9653 4330
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