Cathedral conservation enters next phase

The next phase of the Cathedral conservation project has begun with a large set of scaffolding to be erected across the southern exterior of the iconic Adelaide church.

The structure will allow repairs to the roof and replacement of slate tiles. This first stage of conservation work will take place above the pipe organ's housing and will be completed before the organ is returned following a significant restoration of its own.

Though inconvenient, these necessary repairs to St Peter’s Cathedral will ensure future generations continue to enjoy this sacred space.

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 Scaffolding surrounds the Cathedral towers and spires following their completion in 1902

Scaffolding surrounds the Cathedral towers and spires following their completion in 1902