The new Hub is anticipated to cost more than $60 million, and will provide a much-needed, integrated centre for wellbeing and healthy living, improving outcomes across pillars of jobs, health, education, wellbeing and fairness.
We've received overwhelming support from key community organisations including tertiary education providers, sporting and safety bodies, charities, preventative health and social support agencies and other partners, which reflects how important a new Hub is to this community.
To support this priority, we're asking for:
- State and Federal government funding to construct the Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre.
- State and Federal governments to provide programs that support the Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre.
- Non-government partners to invest and deliver services from the Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre.
- Development of an Integrated Transport Strategy for the west that links the Sunshine Super Hub with the region’s Health and Wellbeing Precincts.
Read our St Albans Health and Wellbeing agenda
Brimbank also believes the Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre is strategically positioned to become a COVID-19 Support and Recovery Centre for Melbourne’s West. Read more.
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