This little church opposite St Patrick's Cathedral is one of the first in Melbourne. The foundation stone was laid in 1846, and a couple of year's later a letter was read out on the steps from Queen Victoria declaring Melbourne a city. The church's official title is St Peter's Eastern Hill. It is Anglican and high mass is celebrated every Sunday at 11am. Otherwise you can visit every day from 7am to 6pm. Make sure you visit the Book Room just around the corner on Gisborne St. There is a magnificent mural on the back wall charting the history of Melbourne.
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