Designs Have Been Released For New Warragul Early Learning Centre

To be built at Warragul Primary School


10 October 2018

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The designs for the new Warragul Early Learning Centre have been unveiled by the state government.

The 3.2 million dollar facility, funded by Baw Baw Shire Council and the state and federal governments, will be co-located at Warragul Primary School and have space for 132 students.

Baw Baw Shire Mayor Joe Gauci and Eastern Victoria MP Harriet Shing joined the Student Council yesterday to reveal the plans for the kinder facility that were designed by CohenLeigh Architects. 

The new multi-purpose building will include three and four-year old pre-schools, playgroups, along with maternal and child health support services.

See the plans here on the Baw Baw Shire website.

Construction on the project is expected to begin in the early part of next year and be ready in late 2019.

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