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  1. Yooralla Hospital School for Crippled Children and Adults (1918–77)

    05 Jun 2017

    Yooralla Hospital School for Crippled Children and Adults (1918–77)...

  2. Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution (1866–1948)

    05 Jun 2017

    Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution (18666) was established in St Kilda Road, Prahran, Victoria to educate children aged 6 -16 years...

  3. William Booth Memorial Home for Girls (1912–72)

    05 Jun 2017

    William Booth Memorial Home for Girls (1912–72) was established by the Salvation Army in East Camberwell. It accommodated mostly state wards between the ages of 4 to 14...

  4. St Luke’s Toddlers’ Home (1927–77)

    05 Jun 2017

    St Luke’s Toddlers’ Home (1927–77)...

  5. St Vincent de Paul Orphanage/Home (1854–1997)

    05 Jun 2017

    St Vincent de Paul Orphanage/Home was opened by Father Gerald Ward and the Sisters of Mercy in 1854, to provide institutional care for boys and girls...

  6. St Joseph’s Foundling Hospital (1901–75); Babies’ Home (1976–97)

    05 Jun 2017

    St Joseph’s Foundling Hospital (1901–75); Babies’ Home (1976–97) was established by the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart as a purpose-built infants' home for up to 300 babies. St Joseph's was...

  7. St Paul’s School for the Blind

    05 Jun 2017

    St Paul’s School for the Blind (1957 - ) was opened by the Villa Maria Society at 3-13 Fernhurst Grove, Kew. It provided residential school for blind or vision impaired children...

  8. St Cuthbert’s Home for Boys (1948–77)

    05 Jun 2017

    St Cuthbert’s Home for Boys (1948–77) was a Church of England facility, operated by a board of Management in Colac...

  9. St Anthony’s Home (1921–97)

    05 Jun 2017

    St Anthony’s Home (1921–97) was established by the Catholic Sisters in Kew, to cope with the overflow of toddlers (boys and girls) from the Order's 'foundling home' in Broadmeadows...

  10. Mission to the Streets and Lanes (1886–1997)

    05 Jun 2017

    Mission to the Streets and Lanes (1886–1997) was established by the Anglican Bishop of Melbourne at 171 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne. It provided pastoral care, food and shelter to women and...