St Johns Cathedral
373 Ann Street, Cathedral Office, St Martin's House, Brisbane City, Queensland 4000
St John's Cathedral is a heritage site with cultural splendour unrivalled in Brisbane. With gothic-revival architecture that begun 100 years ago (and is still being built), the Cathedral features wood-carvings, stained-glass, 350 million year old limestone and the only fully stone-vaulted ceiling in Australia.
The Cathedral's font contains pillars of fossiliferous limestone 350 million years old from Frosterley, United Kingdom, in which skeletons of Coral polyps and bi-valve shells are clearly visible. Every window in the cathedral is of significance: from the large early twentieth century Wheel window to the collection of William Bustard's work, and then the later vibrant windows of David Saunders. The Millennium Window, designed by Scott Maxwell and made by Warwick Blair, was installed in 2001.
The Cathedral is set in a precinct of heritage buildings.
Disabled access available, contact operator for details
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373 Ann Street, Cathedral Office, St Martin's House, Brisbane City,
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