Entries by Sue Dight

Restoring the Past to Preserve our Future – Talk

Restoration Works at the Mission to Seafarers: Restoring the Past to Preserve our Future. Learn the secrets of restoring works in a heritage-listed building in this informative and engaging panel discussion hosted in the St Peter the Mariner, and led by the skilled artisans responsible for restoring the Mission’s weathervane and the Chapel’s stunning stained-glass […]

The Pirate Experience

YOU’VE FOUND MELBOURNE’S HIDDEN TREASURE! Ahoy Melbourne! All hands on deck for the ultimate Dinner and Show experience in the Docklands… A PIRATE THEMED CABARET SHOW Expect a night of cutthroat comedy, bold burlesque and swashbuckling sideshow as our pirates bring you a cabaret show you’ll never forget!   Starts May 15th! Book Here  

Melbourne Celtic Festival – 17 March 2021

 Melbourne Celtic Festival is on in 2021! Check to see if your ticket is for on site or online! As we look to assist Bushfire affected communities through the fundraiser the Melbourne Celtic Festival, The Mission to Seafarers Board and the Festival organisers made the very tough decision to postpone the event due to the […]

‘Shantily Clad’ Record Launch – Sea Shanties Live On Stage!

BOOK NOW! Saturday 6th March 2021 8pm-10pm Doors open at 7pm Melbourne-based sea shanty band Shantily Clad launch their long-awaited album Live at the Norla Dome on the Mission’s newly refurbished stage. Come along for a foot-stomping, rip-snorting, soul-healing good time. General Admission $30 Concession $20 All ticket holders receive a complimentary album at the […]

And we are back! – Open to Everyone

We are OPEN! The Garden and the Courtyard are ready to for you to drop by and have a drink. Small groups of up to 10 to ensure social distancing is maintained are able to book a table.  Email or call us on 03 9629 7083.   info@missiontoseafarers.com.au Bookings will take priority over walk-ins but […]

Heritage Tours are back!

The Mission to Seafarers has operated from the heritage-listed building at 717 Flinders Street since 1917. The building is iconic to the City of Melbourne and regarded for its perpetual service of responding to the unique circumstances of those who live and work at sea. The historical Mission complex is architecturally significant as being a fine urban example […]