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31 Morrison Street
TAS 7000

Contact: The Chaplain

Ph: +61 3 6234 6016

Fax: +61 3 6234 8155

The Mission to Seafarers is a poart of the Anglican Church. It has worked, since its foundation in 1858, for the moral, physical and spiritual welbeing of seafarers.

  • A network of chaplaincies throughout the world backed up with over 200 sefarer's centres.

Ports of Presence:
Australia - Hobart

Flying Angel, Welfare, Spiritual, Moral, Seamens' clubs

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