Cathedral Square is a vibrant urban neighbourhood in the centre of Perth. Designed as an open, interactive meeting place and public square, the precinct introduces locals and tourists to arts and entertainment experiences, retail and dining.

The precinct is bound by St Georges Terrace, Barrack Street, Hay Street and Pier Street in one of Perth’s major CBD blocks. The site encompasses the historic State Buildings, Perth Town Hall, St George’s Cathedral, The Deanery, the State Administrative Tribunal building, the new City of Perth Library and the David Malcolm Justice Centre.

During PIJF we’ll be hosting lunchtime jazz on Friday 5 November with Assembly + Co.

How to get there

  • Find Cathedral Square at the corner of St Georges Terrace and Barrack Street.

Public Transport

  • Easily accessible by bus and train networks. There are three train stations nearby – The Esplanade, Perth Underground and Perth Station, all within walking distance.
  • If you are travelling in and out of the city on a Transperth bus, most stops terminate at either Wellington Street or Elizabeth Quay Bus Stations. Both stations are only a short walk to Cathedral Square.
  • Please see https://www.transperth.wa.gov.au/ for public transport timetables and journey planning.

Parking

  • Parking available nearby:
    • Wilson Parking (Kings Complex) is located off Pier and Hay Street, directly east of Cathedral Square (open Mon-Sun 24 hours).
    • City of Perth Parking (CPP Council House) is located on St Georges Terrace, underneath Council House (open Mon-Sat 6.00am-1.00am, Sun 7.30am-1.00am).

Where to stay

  • Alex Hotel