Mystery Building in Melbourne

15th October 2014
Category General
Mission to Seafarers

Many Melburnians will have seen this building from the outside but few will have been inside. It's the Mission to Seafarers in Flinders Street and the location of an early morning breakfast for the solar industry hosted by PV panel supplier Winaico.

 

Mission to Seafarers, Melbourne

 

Mission to Seafarers in Flinders Street, Melbourne

Mission to Seafarers in Flinders Street, Melbourne

 

Mission to Seafarers courtyard

Mission to Seafarers courtyard and bell tower

 

Mission to Seafarers chapel

Mission to Seafarers chapel

 

Mission to Seafarers floor mosaic

Mission to Seafarers floor mosaic 

 

Mission to Seafarers main hall

Mission to Seafarers main hall

 

Mission to Seafarers photosMission to Seafarers western courtyard

Mission to Seafarers photos and western courtyard with dome building

Mission to Seafarers dome

Mission to Seafarers - inside the dome. Formerly this room was used as a gym.

 

Going Solar principal Stephen Ingrouille (centre) with solar champions John Grimes, CEO of the Australian Solar Council (left) and Giles Parkinson, ReNew Economy (right)

Going Solar principal Stephen Ingrouille (centre) with solar champions John Grimes, CEO of the Australian Solar Council (left) and Giles Parkinson, ReNew Economy (right) at the Winaico breakfast

 

Going Solar installers Daniel Jung and Ross Shaw with Going Solar PV system designer Miwa Tominaga

Going Solar installers Daniel Jung (left) and Ross Shaw with Going Solar PV system designer Miwa Tominaga at the Winaico breakfast

 

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