Please note:
the Josephite Centre is closed until further notice – please visit our website again to check when we have re-opened. Thank you.

A story to inspire…

When you visit the Josephite Mission and History Centre you enter the site where a unique story has been unfolding for over a hundred years. It is a story which began with a dream shared by Mary MacKillop and Julian Tenison Woods at Penola, South Australia in 1866. The Centre was formerly the Mother House of the Sisters of St Joseph in Tasmania. It was established as such in 1907.

What’s On

Ongoing Spiritual Direction

Ongoing Spiritual Direction is available for those seeking to deepen their prayer life and explore their relationship with God. 

Christian Meditation

every Tuesday 10.00 a.m.

Lectio Divina

2nd and 4th Thursday of the month 10.00 a.m.

Retreat Weekend

11-12 August, 2018, facilitated by Colleen O’Sullivan rsj

Hours of Operation

The centre is open to the public on weekdays between 10am and 4pm and by appointment weekends and public holidays. Phone us on (03) 6228 1628 to arrange a tour of the facilities for groups.

BOOKING ENQUIRY

Please make your booking enquiry in the form below

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Support our Work

You are invited to donate to the ongoing works of the Sisters of St Joseph including this centre. Your contribution will help to support our facilities and programs that do not receive other funding.

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67 Clare Street, New Town, TAS, 7008

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Contact Us

Access to the front of the Centre is via 67 Clare Street. Disabled access is best via the Sacred Heart College Primary Campus playground at the back of the building.

Contact Form

phone (03) 6228 1628
mail P.O. Box 38, New Town. TAS. 7008

From humble beginnings.

The Sisters of St Joseph were founded by Mary MacKillop and Julian Tenison Woods in Penola, South Australia in 1866.

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