The Cathedral Coins, Brisbane. Photograph by Gregory C. Jakins.

Centre for Coins Culture and Religious History

The Centre for Coins Culture and Religious History (CCCRH) promotes a deeper understanding of the role of religion in the development of our global human community through the preservation, exhibition, study and publication of coins, icons, manuscripts and other objects relevant to religious history. 

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St John’s Cathedral, 373 Ann Street, Brisbane City, QLD
Free

Features

Gift shop
Disability access
Toilets
Accessible toilets
Baby changing facilities

Opening hours

Monday9am – 5pm
Tuesday9am – 5pm
Wednesday9am – 5pm
Thursday9am – 5pm
Friday9am – 5pm
SaturdayWhen Cathedral is open
Sunday7am – 7pm

More information about the Centre for Coins Culture and Religious History

The Centre for Coins Culture and Religious History (CCCRH) promotes a deeper understanding of the role of religion in the development of our global human community through the preservation, exhibition, study and publication of coins, icons, manuscripts and other objects relevant to religious history.

THE CATHEDRAL COINS is a permanent exhibition of 110 coins is displayed in a secure cabinet behind the choir stalls on the southern side of St John’s Cathedral in Brisbane, supplemented by a rotating display of related items.

The entire CCCRH collection is available as a public online gallery.

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