St Patrick's Cathedral

Local nameSt Patrick's Cathedral
LocationMelbourne, Australia

The Roman Catholic cathedral which was finished in 1939 is supposedly the largest church ever built in Australia.

The cathedral has a connection with the Irish community, which has played a significant part in Melbourne's history. The cathedral is dedicated to the patron saint of Ireland and there is also a statue of Irish political leader Daniel O'Connell.

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Opening hours

For mass times, please check the official website.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Patrick's_Cathedral,_Melbourne

Official website http://www.cam.org.au/cathedral

Email cathedral@cam.org.au

Phone +61 3 9662 2233

Address 1 Cathedral Place, East Melbourne VIC 3002, Melbourne

Coordinates -37°48'36.458" N 144°58'34.913" E

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