The Victorian Government is committed to providing high quality early years programs to give every child the best start in life.
The Government, through the Children’s Facilities Capital Program, has invested $60 million over four years to support local governments and other service providers to invest in early childhood infrastructure. This funding will respond to growing demand for places, raise the quality of learning environments and improve access to services for children from vulnerable and/or disadvantaged families.
The Livingston Family and Community Centre will be a key inter-generational hub for the Cranbourne East Community, bringing together a range of services where professionals work together to deliver education, care, health and support services to children and their families.
The facility will provide two maternal child health consulting rooms, staff and community amentities, three Kindergarten rooms, large multipurpose community room and meeting areas.
This project will be delivered by the City of Casey.
For further information, please see the Children's Facilities Capital Program page.