Council’s vision to transform the former Nunawading Primary School site into a magnificent new community facility for the continued benefit of the Whitehorse community has been realised with completion of the new Nunawading Community Hub.
The hub will be the new vibrant heart of Nunawading; a place where everyone will feel welcome and can come together to embrace new opportunities for socialising, learning and getting active.
Official Opening Online
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, an official opening onsite was not possible, so Whitehorse Mayor Cr Sharon Ellis declared the hub open via Council’s Facebook page on Saturday 5 September at 10.00am.
As COVID-19 restrictions allow, an onsite event will be organised in the future so everyone can come together and celebrate this wonderful facility.
Nunawading Community Hub
96-106 Springvale Road,
Nunawading Community Hub will be open to the public from Wednesday 6 January 2021. The hub will operate with reduced hours during January.
Access to the hub will be in line with COVID-19 restrictions.
About the Project
Council bought the Springvale Road site from the state government in mid-2015, with a commitment to retain the land for the continued enjoyment and benefit of the entire Whitehorse community. The hub is now the home of community groups and Council’s Meals on Wheels service.
- refurbished heritage school building
- multi-functional classrooms and meeting rooms
- specially-fitted out spaces for dance, art, counselling and lapidary activities
- purpose-built Meals on Wheels facility
- communal kitchen with teaching area
- multipurpose sports stadium
- target 5 Star Green Rating (incorporating solar, water reuse, natural light, low energy, natural and durable materials)
- car parking areas for 200+ vehicles
- integration with Tunstall Park – landscaping, enhancement of open green spaces, new pedestrian and cycling paths, and areas for passive recreation.
Architectural Site and Floor Plans
For more information on this exciting project,