Herein, we present the successful synthesis of a new graphene oxide-doped-oxygen-rich TiO2 (GO-OTiO2) hybrid heterostructure through a facile wet chemical impregnation technique. The photocatalytic performances of all samples were evaluated through the photoreduction of CO2 under the irradiation of low-power energy-saving daylight bulbs. Pure oxygen-rich TiO2 (O2-TiO2) was first prepared via a simple aqueous peroxo-titanate route. The as-prepared photocatalyst was shown to exhibit reduced band gap energy and visible-light-active characteristics. However, the photoactivity of bare O2-TiO2 was found to gradually deteriorate over time. Hence, by exploiting its unique properties, graphene oxide (GO) was subsequently incorporated with the O2-TiO2 photocatalyst. It was observed that the photostability of the resulting GO-OTiO2 composite was significantly enhanced, where it maintained a reactivity of 95.8 even after 6h of light irradiation. This observation firmly established the role of GO as an effective catalyst mat for O2-TiO2 nanoparticles where it accepted photoinduced electrons and reduced the probability of charge recombination. In the CO2 photoreduction experiments, 5GO-OTiO2 with an optimum GO loading of 5wt. , exhibited the highest photoactivity, achieving a total CH4 yield of 1.718?mol/gcat after 6h of reaction. The total product yield obtained over 5GO-OTiO2 was found to be 14.0 folds higher in comparison to commercial Degussa P25. In overall, we systematically demonstrated an unprecedented proof-of-concept study on enhancing the photoactivity of GO-OTiO2 via a combined strategy of fabricating visible-light-responsive O2-TiO2 and increasing its photostability by incorporating GO sheets.