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Aurala

Details

Aurala was a residential program for female wards of the state, run by Save the Children Fund, Queensland. It opened in January 1992 at Victoria Point, and moved location several times. Aurala closed in 2011.

According to an email from Save the Children from 2012, Aurala was established following the closure of Ben White House. Aurala was run according to the ‘youth worker model of alternative care’.

  • From

    1992

  • To

    2011

Locations

  • 6 January 1992 - 23 March 1993

    Aurala was situated at 18 Bunker Road,Victoria Point, Queensland (Building Demolished)

  • 23 March 1993 - December 1993

    Aurala was situated at 141 Wellington Street, Ormiston, Queensland (Building Still standing)

  • December 1993 - 24 August 1994

    Aurala was situated at 5 Colette Street, Wakerley, Queensland (Building Still standing)

  • 24 August 1994 - 28 May 1998

    Aurala was situated at 30 George Street, Ormiston, Queensland (Building Still standing)

  • 28 May 1998 - 28 September 1998

    Aurala was situated at 4 Cooinda Street, Wellington Point, Queensland (Building Still standing)

  • 28 September 1998 - 2011

    Aurala was located in Birkdale, Queensland (Building Unknown)

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