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Construction has officially kicked off at the Toun-nun Integrated Child and Family Centre on Fairweather Parade in Officer.

 

The exciting project received funding from Victorian Government through the Victorian School Building Authority’s Building Blocks Capacity Grant Program, and from the Jobs, Precincts and Region’s Growing Suburbs Fund. The build also received developer contributions.

 

The facility was named ‘Toun-nun’, meaning warm, following consultation with the local community, historical groups and the Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation.

 

Toun-nun Integrated Child and Family Centre will include three kindergarten program rooms, community room, that is future proofed as an additional kinder room, three consult rooms to cater for Maternal and Child Health, and other allied health professionals, staff room with kitchen space and planning room, amenities, equipment, furniture, outdoor play space, shared common area/ waiting lounge and carparking.

Project description

The Toun-nun Integrated Child and Family Centre, formerly Brunt Road Integrated Child and Family Centre, will offer:

  • Three kindergarten program rooms
  • A community room that is future proofed as an additional kinder room
  • Three consult rooms to cater for Maternal and Child Health and other allied health professionals
  • An outdoor play space
  • Public art project
  • And many more wonderful amenities.

 

Funding

The project is jointly funded by Developer Contributions and the Victorian State Government (DET- Building Blocks grant and DJPR- Growing Suburbs Fund)

Progress update

Construction is continuing and the project is scheduled for construction completion by December 2023

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Project Highlights
  • The Centre is scheduled to be operational from January 2024.