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St Marys Cathedral

St Marys Cathedral is a church within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese in Sydney. Its full name is the Cathedral Church and Minor Basilica of the Immaculate...

Sydney Religious

Sydney is a vibrant multicultural city, and because of this, features many different religions.

While the main religion in Sydney is Christianity, in addition to churches, there are many other religious places of worship.

Sydney Religous Attractions – Best Temples, Churches & Mosques List




St Mary’s Cathedral is a majestic piece of architecture that was constructed all the way back in 1821, becoming an important place of worship. Its outstanding ornate décor makes it one of the most magnificent religious location in the city. The church is located at the corner of St Marys & College Road with daily services and mass on weekends.

St Andrews Cathedral, on the other hand, is a place of worship for those who belong to the Anglican Church of Australia. Its distinct design and high ceilings not only make it a popular place of worship but also add to its majestic appearance. Services are held on Sunday and through the week.

The Great Synagogue caters for the Jewish community and is located at 166 Castlereagh Street. Services are held on Friday evenings and on Saturdays. This place of worship stands out because it combines the best of Gothic design and Byzantine styles, with its history tracing back to 1878.

The Hillsong Church is also a notable place of worship in Sydney, with different locations across the city. The Hillsong Church Kids is located at the church’s original campus and features services that are specifically designed for the young ones.

The Sydney Bahai House of Worship, sometimes referred to as Sydney Bahai Temple is located in Ingleside – one of the city’s northern suburbs. This glorious place of worship has been ranked as one of the city’s most significant religious buildings, so it is certainly worth visiting.

Other significant religious places include Christ Church St Lawrence that is best known for its remarkable choir, the New Apostolic Church, the Auburn Gallipoli Mosque, as well as the Murugan Temple.



St Marys Cathedral

Sydney, NSW

St Marys Cathedral is a church within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese in Sydney. Its full name is the Cathedral Church and Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Mother of God, Help of Christians, but is commonly referred to...

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Hillsong Church

Hillsong Church

Baulkham Hills, NSW

Hillsong Church is a classical megachurch in Sydney, and one of its most popular. Founded in 1983, the church was initially known as the Hills Christian Life centre and is in Baulkham Hills. Today, it boasts a weekly...

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ISKCON Sydney

ISKCON Sydney

North Sydney, NSW

ISKCON Sydney, in full the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, is the Sydney Chapter of the Hare Krishna movement. On arrival, you will be welcomed by the warm Hare Krishna community to enjoy a day well...

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st james church

St James Church

Sydney, NSW

St James Church is an Anglican Church located in Sydney’s inner-city (often referred to as St James King Street). Its history dates back to 1824 when the church was consecrated to commemorate the life of St James...

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St Thomas’ North Sydney

St Thomas North Sydney

North Sydney, NSW

St Thomas’ in North Sydney is one of the biggest churches in the city’s North Shore; located at the corner of McLaren & Church Streets and close to the CBD. This location makes it easily accessible for...

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Auburn Gallipoli Mosque

Auburn Gallipoli Mosque

Auburn, NSW

The Auburn Gallipoli Mosque is one of Sydney’s most iconic landmarks and is a place of worship for the Australian Turkish community. On arrival, one of the most striking features about the mosque is the enormous...

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St Matthews Manly

St Matthew’s, Manly

Manly, NSW

St Matthews is an Anglican church that shares the gospel of Jesus in Manly. Located in The Corso, this church is located in Manly Parish. The church’s history dates back more than 150 years, making it the oldest...

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St Stephens Uniting Church

St Stephens Uniting Church

Sydney, NSW

St Stephens Uniting Church is located within Sydney’s financial district and combines the best of liturgical and traditional Christian music to make it a place ideal for spiritual experience. The church’s...

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Great Synagogue

Great Synagogue

Sydney, NSW

The Great Synagogue is a prominent landmark in Sydney, thanks to its rich historical heritage and grandiose structure. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, The Synagogue is of considerable...

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St Patricks Catholic Church

The Rocks, NSW

St Patricks Catholic Church has been a spiritual retreat in the heart of Sydney since it first opened its doors back in 1844. It was the second Catholic Church to be built in the city, yet it is thought to be...

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St Benedicts Catholic Church

St Benedicts Catholic Church

Chippendale, NSW

St Benedict’s Catholic Church is an iconic part of Sydney’s religious scene, and for a good reason. The church was built between 1845 and 1856, and after it opened, occupied a prominent place right at the...

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St Andrews Anglican Cathedral

St Andrews Anglican Cathedral

Sydney, NSW

St Andrews is an Anglican cathedral located in Central Sydney. One of its most outstanding features is its unique architectural design that continues to marvel visitors in the city. The brainchild of Edmund Blacket, who...

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