Hillside Training Home for Girls was established in Ormond House in Paddington in 1920 by the State Children's Relief Department. It was a home that trained girls aged 10 to 14 in domestic service. It possibly closed when the State Children's Relief Board became the Child Welfare Department and its activities were moved from Ormond House.
1913 - 1920 Hillside Home for Mothers and Babies
1920 - 1923? Hillside Training Home for Girls
Sources used to compile this entry: Report of the State Children's Relief Board, W.A. Gullick, Government Printer, Sydney, 1894-1920. Also available at https://www.opengov.nsw.gov.au/main.
Prepared by: Naomi Parry
Created: 21 June 2012, Last modified: 21 December 2013