The Glenorchy Child and Family Learning Centre will be constructed on the Glenorchy Primary School site, providing critical services for children and families in the Glenorchy area and surrounds.
The new Child and Family Learning Centre (CFLC) will offer a variety of services to support you, all in one place. It is somewhere you and your child can make friends and they can learn as they play. It’s a welcoming place where you can get advice on health and family matters, education and training. For families and young children, its a friendly and caring environment that supports you with health and wellbeing services for children from birth to age 5.
State Government - $28 million for six new CFLCs around Tasmania
The initial stage of community engagement provides an opportunity for parents, carers, families, service providers and the broader community to help shape the new Glenorchy Child and Family Learning Centre (CFLC). Phase 1 of the Get Involved campaign for the Glenorchy CFLC was conducted from 10 August- 18 September 2020.
Click to view the Community Engagement Outcomes and Analytics Report.
Local Enabling Group
A Local Enabling Group (LEG) has been established to contribute and consider ideas throughout project development. The LEG has representation from key local leaders, service providers and community members representing a broad cross section of the Glenorchy community.
To register your interest in joining the LEG, please email EYPP@decyp.tas.gov.au.
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Project Initiation and Planning
The project initiation and planning stage informs development of a concept master plan and will commence from September 2020.
Development of Master Plan
Development of approved master plan was completed in 2022.
Click to view the Glenorchy CFLC master plan.
This second stage of community engagement provides opportunity for the community to review the draft master plan via the Department for Education, Children and Young People website and other channels.
Community engagement is now closed.
Design development of the approved master plan in readiness for tendering and construction – expected to be completed in 2023.
Commencement of construction is expected in 2023.
Construction of Glenorchy Child and Family Learning Centre is expected to be completed in 2024.