Mission to Seafarers

Mission to Seafarers

The Mission to Seafarers has operated from its heritage-listed building at Flinders Street since 1917, and continues to provide welfare services to support the tireless work, isolation and hardships faced by seafarers

The recently renovated building is architecturally significant and is considered a fine urban example of a merging of the 'Arts and Crafts' and 'Spanish Mission Revival' architectural styles in Melbourne.

Open daily to the public from 12pm, visitors are encouraged to take a self-guided tour through the building's collection of stories of Melbourne's maritime history, and to explore the Norla Dome, learn the history of the Chapel, peak inside long-lost nooks and discover the hidden garden and courtyard.

The enchanting design offers a unique venue for functions and events of all styles and sizes; with full bar facilities, beer garden, a commercial kitchen, and all within the heart of Docklands and a short stroll from the CBD.

❊ What's On ❊

Early Origins of the Mission to Seafarers

Sea Shanties and Folk Songs



❊ Address ❊


 ℅ Naarm
 ⊜  717 Flinders Street Melbourne 3001 View Map
 ✆ Telephone: (03) 9629 7083
717 Flinders StreetMelbourneVictoria(03) 9629 7083




❊ Web Links ❊


Mission to Seafarers 

www.missiontoseafarers.com.au

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Accessibility: Contact the venue for accessibility information.





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