No. 906 - Moonah - Salvation Army Hall

Moonah is a suburb of Greater Hobart and is located approximately 5 kilometres north of the central business district. Moonah was previously known as South Glenorchy before it was developed as a residential area in the late 19th century.

The Salvation Army began working in Moonah in the 1920s and by late 1929 were in a position to build a hall on Park Grove Road (now Hopkins Street).

The weatherboard hall was replaced by a modern brick building in the 1960s. In 2019 the Salvation Army moved to more central premises in Glenorchy central business district.

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