Mission to Seafarers
Address: 717 Flinders St, Docklands, Victoria 3008
Phone: 03 9629 7083 | Mobile: 0416 153 116 | Fax: 03 9629 8450
The Mission to Seafarers is the ancestral home of the Flying Angel Club in Melbourne that continues to offer a safe and secure place where seafarers can relax away from their working environment. Safe in this environment they are free to contact their families through internet or phone.
The Mission to Seafarers building is of historical significance and is one of the few remaining examples of Melbourne's Maritime History. The building was buit in 1917 and will soon be celebrating 100 years.
The centre is open daily all year round. Whilst they continue to service the needs of Seafarers from all nations and faiths, the centre is open to the public and welcome visitors.
Tours are conducted daily and groups are most welcome. Bookings are recommended for large groups and if catering are required.
The centre is famous for its Saint Peter the Mariner Chapel and the Norla Dome. The centre is also available for functions, weddings and events.
The public are invited to become VIP members by joining the Crew 717 Club.
For more information please contact the Mission to Seafarers or view their website.
Content: Mission to Seafarers
Price & booking
This is a free attraction.
Tram 70 or City Circle tram to Docklands Village or walk from Southern Cross Station. It is located at 717 Flinders Street in Docklands, on the corner of Siddeley Street and Wurundjeri Way. We are just across the water from Polly Woodside and right next door to World Trade Centre, home of the Victoria Police Museum
- BBQ facilities
- Conference/convention facilities
- Access without assistance for the disabled
- Broadband Internet Access
Please come to Mission to Seafarers during these times. Admission is free, but gold coin donations are appreciated.
Monday to Friday
Saturday to Sunday
Ramps provided for wheel chair access to building
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