Cranbourne West Community Hub Facility

Consultation has concluded


The City of Casey is planning for a new community hub facility in Cranbourne West.

A community hub is an integrated multipurpose facility that provides spaces for Council, community service organisations and community groups to offer a range of services, activities and programs.

A community hub is a place where residents can build relationships and a community identity, and that strengthens the life of the local community. Examples of existing integrated community facilities are Selandra Community Hub and Lynbrook Community Centre.

This project is not currently accommodated within Council’s 2018/19 draft capital works program (currently out for public exhibition). However, there may an opportunity to deliver this project through the upcoming State Government Growing Suburbs Fund. Your interest and support in our new community hub facility through your valuable feedback can help Council advocate to the State Government for funding to support the ongoing delivery of important community infrastructure such as this.

This future community hub facility will be a place where residents can meet, learn, recreate and participate together. For more information please see our Frequently Asked Questions.

Our survey has now closed.

Thank you for your feedback. Your responses told us:

  • 80% of local residents would likely attend the new facility
  • Your top three preferred features to support programs and services are - education and training facilities, consultation rooms and family and children's spaces
  • The most commonly identified programs and services you would like operating out of the new facility are - children's activities, recreational, fitness and education.



The City of Casey is planning for a new community hub facility in Cranbourne West.

A community hub is an integrated multipurpose facility that provides spaces for Council, community service organisations and community groups to offer a range of services, activities and programs.

A community hub is a place where residents can build relationships and a community identity, and that strengthens the life of the local community. Examples of existing integrated community facilities are Selandra Community Hub and Lynbrook Community Centre.

This project is not currently accommodated within Council’s 2018/19 draft capital works program (currently out for public exhibition). However, there may an opportunity to deliver this project through the upcoming State Government Growing Suburbs Fund. Your interest and support in our new community hub facility through your valuable feedback can help Council advocate to the State Government for funding to support the ongoing delivery of important community infrastructure such as this.

This future community hub facility will be a place where residents can meet, learn, recreate and participate together. For more information please see our Frequently Asked Questions.

Our survey has now closed.

Thank you for your feedback. Your responses told us:

  • 80% of local residents would likely attend the new facility
  • Your top three preferred features to support programs and services are - education and training facilities, consultation rooms and family and children's spaces
  • The most commonly identified programs and services you would like operating out of the new facility are - children's activities, recreational, fitness and education.


Any further questions you would like to ask about our future community facility