- Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
- Landmarks and Buildings
The Cathedral was built in stages with most of the granite coming from the nearby Warby Ranges. In 1855 discussions took place about the building of a church on the hill. 1908 saw the foundation stone of the Cathedral laid by the Bishop of Ballarat, with the Cathedral being dedicated on August 24th 1909.
The bells are the oldest ring of eight in Australia, cast in 1806, following the battle of Trafalgar.
Guided tours by arrangement. Cost $2 per person, $5 with morning or afternoon tea.
Contact Eric on 03 5721 4646 or Eunice on 03 5721 3065. Our Opening Hours are Open 7 days 9.30am – 6pm.
Wangaratta Cathedral Shop
The Cathedral Shop sells souvenirs of the Cathedral.
Gifts, Church Supplies, Candles, Cards, Books and Icons are all common products sold at the Cathedral Shop.
Gift Vouchers are available.
The Shop is open from 10:00am until 4:00pm, Monday-Friday.