St James' Cathedral, Townsville
St James’ Cathedral is a heritage-listed cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of North Queensland in Townsville, Queensland. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992
Built on Melton Hill, the large red-brick structure is a well-known landmark of the Townsville central business district
It was designed by Arthur Blackett and was partially built in 1887 by MacMahon & Cliffe. An extension was added in 1959-60 to make it the magnificent building that it is today.
Credits: Photos: Paul Scott, Stuart Kennedy, Organist: Michael Fellows- Water Music:Handel, St James' Cathedral Choir- Blessed are the Pure in Heart:Keble/Davies, Ave Verum Corpus:Mozart, Forth in thy Name O Lord, I Go: Wesley/Gibons