St John the Baptist Cathedral, Murray Bridge

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St John's Cathedral

St John the Baptist Cathedral, Murray Bridge is the cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of The Murray, in South Australia.

The cathedral building was built in 1887 of rough stone as a parish church and, with a maximum seating capacity of 130, is the smallest cathedral in Australia and possibly the world.

The interior of the cathedral is decorated in the High Church tradition.

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Australian Heritage. "Historical Towns Directory". Retrieved 3 October 2012. 

Coordinates: 35°07′10″S 139°16′22″E / 35.11955°S 139.27279°E / -35.11955; 139.27279