It is the earliest English Church in Melbourne and the most famous building in Melbourne. It is also famous because it is made of blue stone and has fine lines on the walls. Like St. Paul's Cathedral in Sydney, it's Gothic, with pointed, tall towers, thick, yellowish walls, and glazed windows. Walking into the church, the whole rectangular space is covered with yellowish lights. The atmosphere was quiet. Everyone walked carefully and tried not to make any noise. On both sides of the corridor, there are activities and historical stories related to the church. There are also many works of art by religious subjects. In 1932, the church added three more minarets to make it look more magnificent. On the lawn outside the church is a statue of Matthew Flinder, Australia's earliest pioneer. St. Paul's Church is open for free, and its doors are very heavy.