Aerial view of the Cathedral.
Exterior view of the Cathedral
View towards the eastside window and High Altar.
The centre aisle.
Mother Church of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn
St. Saviour's Cathedral is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn. St. Saviour's has been a place of worship and ministry since the 1830s and continues to serve the city of Goulburn and the diocese. The Cathedral is a visible witness to the Gospel of our Lord Jesus in a very particular place. It is also one of the most beautiful Gothic Cathedrals in Australia.
St. Saviour's is a place of pilgrimage. Many people find inspiration and consolation in the peace and beauty of the Cathedral. It is also visited each year by many thousands of tourists from all over the world. If you are visiting Goulburn please drop in between 10:00am and 4.00 pm and a guide will welcome you and show you through the Cathedral.
We hope this site helps you appreciate the beauty of St. Saviour's and encourages you in the way of Christ.
Almighty God whose hand has guided and sustained your Church through many generations, accept our prayers for this cathedral church, bless all who serve within its walls and strengthen the hands of those who seek to ensure its future. Make it a constant witness to your glory and a place of peace and joy: for the sake of your Son our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.
For more information about the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn click here.
For those in our Cathedral family who do not have computers or internet access our pew sheet will include the readings and together with a copy of the Sermon will be home delivered each week.
In our effort to stay connected with our Cathedral family and Anglicans across our Diocese we are now recording a Sunday service each week.
All bell tower tours ae suspended until further notice
Normally they are on first Saturday each month (excluding January) we conduct Bell tower tours: