07 - Cathedral Square - St Georges Cathedral

07 - Cathedral Square - St Georges Cathedral

Image courtesy of Andrew Smith

The State Buildings are located in the historic heart of Perth, connecting three iconic heritage buildings that were formally known as the Lands, Titles and Treasury buildings. After being vacant for 20 years, the buildings have been beautifully restored, resulting in a vibrant mix of hotel, hospitality and retail. The State Buildings is part of the wider Cathedral Square precinct and is one of the most exciting large scale projects in our CBD and Open House Perth is very excited to be featuring it in this year's event.

Built in 1888, St George's Cathedral is the principal Anglican church in Perth and the mother-church of the Anglican Diocese of Perth.  It was designed by Sydney architect Edmund Blacket and saw extensive renovations from 2005 to 2008.

OPENING HOURS
Saturday 12th November - 10am-4pm

ADDRESS
38 St Georges Terrace, Perth

TOUR TYPE
Self-guided (no booking required)

YEAR BUILT
1888

ARCHITECT
Edmund Blacket

https://www.perthcathedral.org/

Accessible Wheelchair
Accessible Pram
Photos Allowed
Heritage
Cultural Significant
Delight
Innovation
Public Realm