St. George’s Cathedral
Completed in late 19th century, the St. George’s Cathedral towers above the modern buildings and other historic sites in the heart of the city. This is reputedly the tallest freestanding wooden structure in the world. Even though the architect, Sir Arthur Bloomfield, never visited the location, his drawings resulted in the breeziest place of worship in town. Step inside to walk on the wooden flooring made out of the local Greenheart tree. Then look up at the high ceiling supported by Gothic style arches, stained glass windows behind the altar and a dazzling chandelier, which was a gift from the Queen of England.
Timings: Dawn to dusk; Entry Fee: Free