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Gaia in Melbourne
Friday, April 22 to Sunday, July 10
See our planet like never before with Gaia by Luke Jerram at St Paul’s Cathedral
Visitors will be able to gaze upon the Earth as if from space, without ever having to leave the atmosphere. The awe-inspiring art installation, called Gaia, is by the same artist who first brought Museum of the Moon to Melbourne in 2018. For the first time, this stunning artwork is being displayed in an indoor setting in Australia, suspended in the central crossing of the Cathedral.
Read more about this stunning artwork here.
** NOW EXTENDED till July 10th.
Gaia is open to the public during the Cathedral’s normal visiting hours. Please do check opening times for the day you wish to visit. Admission is free.
Public Opening Times
|Monday to Friday||10.00am – 4.30pm|
|Saturday||10.00am – 4.00pm|
|Sunday||The Cathedral is open for services only|
There is no charge for entry to the Cathedral to see Gaia, but donations are encouraged. Donations are vital for supporting the Cathedral’s ongoing Mission and Ministry, and to continue to enable important projects and exhibitions like Gaia