Diocese of the Northern Territory
The first bishop of Australia's newest diocese was consecrated in 1968. The cathedral church of the diocese is Christ Church Cathedral, Darwin. As of January 2014[update] the episcopate is vacant, with the fifth Bishop, the Right Reverend Greg Thompson, resigning to become the Bishop of Newcastle, New South Wales. The dean of Christ Church Cathedral is the Very Reverend Dr Keith Joseph.
Christ Church in Darwin became a cathedral when the Northern Territory diocese was created in 1968 out of the larger Diocese of Carpentaria. The building was almost totally destroyed by Hurricane Tracy in 1974.
The present cathedral was completed in 1977 on the site of the previous building, incorporating the surviving porch of the old church. The porch had been constructed in 1944 by the Australian Navy. The back wall of the new octagonal building was formed from reclaimed stone from the old church. Many of the treasures of the original building were recovered and repaired.
- Source: Cathedral website 
- 2013-present: Keith Joseph
- 2007–2013: Jeremy Greaves
- 2003–2007: Michael Nixon
- 1998–2000: Dennis Vanderwolf
- 1992–1997: Michael Chiplin
- 1983–1992: Murray Johnson
- 1968–1983: Clyde Wood (afterwards Bishop of the Northern Territory, 1983)
Bishops of the Northern Territory
- Currently vacant
- 2007–2013: Gregory Edwin Thompson (translated to the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle NSW, 2014)
- 1999–2006: Philip Freier (translated to Melbourne, 2006)
- 1992–1997: Richard Franklin Appleby
- 1983–1992: Clyde Maurice Wood (later Bishop of North Queensland, 1996)
- 1968–1983: Kenneth Bruce Mason
- "Christ Church Cathedral, Darwin - Our History". Retrieved 2012-12-28.
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