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sunday 9 october | 6.30pm
Visit of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
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Come and explore the Cathedral's history and beauty
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Keep up to date with upcoming services, events and news from the Cathedral.

St Paul’s Cathedral is the home church for Anglicans in Melbourne and throughout Victoria. It is a beautiful place of prayer and worship with a vibrant and diverse community of members from more than 25 nations.

The Cathedral is Victoria’s most visited sacred place, with over 400,000 visitors a year. Come and enjoy the peace, the time to pray and worship, and God’s loving presence with you here.

Open Daily (Free Admission)
Monday – Friday | 10am – 6pm
Saturdays | 10am – 4pm
Sundays Services | 8am, 10am & 4pm

Discover your Cathedral

Regular Services

The Cathedral is a place of prayer and worship. Join one of our regular services on Sundays and during the week.

Online Worship

We broadcast regular and special services online for the benefit of those unable to come to the Cathedral.

Weddings at St Paul’s

At St Paul’s Cathedral we are
committed to helping you make
your celebration special.

Upcoming Events

View our calendar of upcoming services & events taking place in and around the Cathedral.

Plan a Visit

Come and explore Melbourne’s most-visited sacred site. Opening times and other helpful information is available here.

English Conversation Class

Each Monday we offer a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere where people feel safe to have a go and practise speaking English

Stories under the Windows

Trained story-tellers tell the Bible Stories depicted in many of the Cathedral’s beautiful Stained Glass Windows.

Cathedral Shop

Explore our online Gift Shop which stocks a wide range of gifts, handcrafts and devotional items, that make great souvenirs of a visit to St Paul’s. 

Climate Action Campaign

We are committed to prayer and action to help prevent a climate emergency. Find out what we’re doing and get involved.


Statement by Melbourne Anglican Archbishop Philip Freier on the death of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Melbourne Anglican Archbishop Philip Freier today expressed his deep sadness and sense of loss at the death of Her Late Majesty, the Queen, saying Melbourne’s Anglicans will mourn her alongside all of Britain, the Commonwealth and people across the world.…