Manly Boys’ Home

Location

Pittwater Road
Dee Why NSW
Australia

Provider: Salvation Army

Year Opened: 1897

Year Closed: 1936

Previously known as Paradise Boys Industrial Colony and Manly Boys’ Probationary Home.

The Manly Boys’ Home at Manly was a home for boys referred from the courts that was run by the Salvation Army. It replaced the Paradise Boys’ Industrial Colony in 1903. In 1924 it became the Dee Why Home for Boys.

Related News Articles

Manly Boys’ Home, 14 April 1944 (Sydney Morning Herald)

CLAN Homes – Orphanages Gallery

There are currently no other images available for CLAN members to view for this Home. If you have any images and would like to donate them, please contact CLAN.

CLAN Museum Gallery

There are currently no images of historical items available for CLAN members to view for this Home. If you have any historical items and would like to donate them, please contact CLAN.

CLAN library books (where this Home is mentioned)

There are currently no other Library Items available for CLAN members to view for this Home. If you have any Library Items and would like to donate them, please contact CLAN.