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• Warrnambool centre taking shape

An aerial view of the site on which the Warrnambool Corps ministry centre is being built.

Work is progressing on the new Salvation Army mission centre being built in Warrnambool (Vic.).

The main building will include a multipurpose room and youth hall, a parents’ room, play area, a kitchen, servery and storage rooms, and offices.

“We are on track to take possession in October and then bring across all that we need from our current site,” said Corps Officer Major Brett Allchin. “We are excited about the possibilities this new building will open up for those who visit and work there.”

The centre is being built on the corner of Mortlake Road and Breton Street.

Brett said The Salvation Army is also hopeful to receive approval for funding of 24 new houses at the rear of the site. The development, being called the Mortlake Ministry Hub, includes a mix of two and three-bedroom single and double-storey units. It will also feature a communal garden with an orchard, barbeque area and raised vegetable planters that can be accessed by residents.

*Some information sourced from an article in The Warrnambool Standard


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