Flinders Civic Hall Redevelopment

Flinders Civic Hall Redevelopment

The Flinders Civic Hall in Flinders and its surrounding communities is set for a much-anticipated upgrade, thanks to State Government funding through the Growing Suburbs Fund, matched by Council, totaling $6.1 million. This redevelopment will transform the hall into a modern community hub, featuring an elevated stage, art space, meeting rooms, and general community spaces to accommodate various user groups. A key highlight is the inclusion of a Changing Places facility, ensuring accessibility for all community members. The final design, shaped through extensive consultation and workshops, reflects the community’s needs and requirements, making it a truly community-driven project. With major construction now complete, the focus is on finalizing the building and civil works, with Practical Completion anticipated in early 2024.

Located at 54-56 Cook Street, Flinders 3929, the Flinders Civic Hall redevelopment is a significant milestone for the township. The project aims to create a vibrant and inclusive space for residents and visitors alike, enhancing the cultural and social fabric of the area. Stay updated on the progress of the Flinders Community Hub by visiting their website, where you can find artist impressions and a timeline of the redevelopment process.

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