Published on 27 September 2022
Young people from the southern end of our Peninsula will have access to youth support services and programs as our flagship youth hub gets the green light.
Council adopted the Southern Peninsula Youth Hub on Tuesday 6 September meaning work can begin straight away.
The $13 million project based at Olympic Park, Rosebud will be funded by Council with valuable contributions from the State and Federal Governments.
We will continue to work with our young people and key stakeholders to plan, design, deliver and manage this youth centre.
The two-year build will start in October 2022 and be ready in 2024.
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Quote attributable to Mayor Councillor Anthony Marsh:
“My fellow Councillors and I are pleased the Southern Peninsula Youth Hub will meet the current and future needs of young people in the Southern Peninsula. We want to thank our staff, Councillors and our local contributors for their efforts on this project.”
Quote attributable to Seawinds Ward Councillors Antonella Celi, Debra Mar and Kerri McCafferty:
“Young people living in the Southern Peninsula are accessing services and programs at lower rates than would be expected, and many vulnerable young people are missing out on the services and supports they need. Evidence shows an accessible youth-friendly site, will deliver the best outcomes for young people and their families. We’re so pleased this one stop youth hub is being built in Rosebud.”