The Mary MacKillop Memorial Chapel





The Chapel will open at 9.00am

Mass will be celebrated at 10.00am

The Chapel will close at 2.00pm

The Cafe & Gift Shop will be closed on Sundays



There will be 2 Masses: 8.00am and 1.00pm

The Chapel will close at 2.00pm


Monday – Friday

The Chapel will open at 7.30am for 8.00am Mass and close at 2.00pm


Masses on the 8th of the Month will be

8.00am, 10.00am & 1.00pm

Commencing on Sunday 8th May

The Chapel will open at 7.30am and close at 2.00pm



The Chapel, Cafe & Gift Shop will be closed


We ask that we all continue to be mindful of the safety of each other

Sanitiser will be available for use on entry to the Chapel

While marks are no longer mandatory we would encourage the wearing of them while in the Chapel

The Chapel was built in 1913 at the instigation of Mother Baptista Molloy in memory of Mary MacKillop. The land was donated in memory of the Daly family. The Chapel was dedicated by the Very Rev Michael Kelly, Archbishop of Sydney on 18 January 1914.

On 28 January 1914, Mary’s remains were moved from Gore Hill Cemetery, her original resting place, and reinterred in front of Our Lady’s altar in the vault donated by Mary’s long-time friend, Johanna Barr-Smith.

In 1994, Mary’s remains were moved to what was the original vestry of the Chapel. The Chapel was used by the Sisters of Saint Joseph for many years but since Mary’s beatification in 1995, has become a place of pilgrimage for thousands of people who come to pray and reflect at her tomb now in its own special place.


The Chapel is located in the grounds of Mary MacKillop Place with street access via 7 Mount Street.

Wheelchair access via 7 Mount Street.

Pastoral Care

All Pastoral Care enquiries and prayer requests:

T: 02 8912 4890