St George’s Cathedral is open every day of the year from 7.00am until 6.00pm (5.00pm on Saturdays; 5.30pm during winter; 1.00pm on most public holidays and Boxing Day; Christmas Day – closed from 12 noon, Good Friday – closed from 4.00pm).
The Cathedral Office is open from 9.00am until 5.00pm Monday to Friday excluding public holidays.
How to find us
St George’s Cathedral is located within the Cathedral Square Precinct and can easily be reached by train, bus, and car.
There are three train stations within walking distance – The Esplanade, Perth Underground and Perth Station.
If you are travelling in and out of the city on a Transperth bus, most stops terminate at either Wellington Street or Elizabeth Quay Bus Stations. Both stations are only a short walk to the Cathedral. To plan your journey please visit the Transperth website.
Free CAT buses operate daily within the city. The CAT buses have four routes covering all parts of the city. CAT bus stops have real-time passenger information that tell you when the next bus is due. The CAT bus timetable is available on the Transperth website.
Wilson Parking is located off Pier and Hay Streets, directly east of the Cathedral (open Mon-Sun 24 hours) or in the two multi-storey car parks in Pier Street between Murray and Wellington Streets (about 5 minutes’ walk from the Cathedral).
City of Perth Parking (CPP Council House) is located on St Georges Terrace, underneath Council House, please be aware of closing times. For more information on parking visit the City of Perth Parking website.
The nearest ACROD parking is a 30-minute bay on Hay Street in front of the City of Perth Library.
Access to the Cathedral for those in wheelchairs or who are mobility impaired is via Cathedral Avenue at the west end of the Cathedral.
There are numerous access points to the Burt Memorial Hall with a lift to all three levels. Please ask the Vergers for assistance.
The Cathedral has been fitting with an audio loop for those with hearing aids. Please note that due to access issues, the loop only covers the south side of the Cathedral.