27 January 2022

The rapidly growing Truganina community is getting a library and community hub thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government.

Member for Tarneit Sarah Connolly today announced on behalf of Local Government Minister Shaun Leane that Wyndham City Council will receive $4.9 million towards the Truganina Community Centre from the Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund and Living Libraries Infrastructure Program.

The Truganina Community Centre project is designed to deliver a safe, welcoming, and sustainable hub for a range of community services, including kindergarten and maternal and child health services, consulting rooms, community meeting spaces and library services.

The Growing Suburbs Fund helps Melbourne’s rapidly developing interface and peri-urban councils deliver high-quality facilities for their communities and has now invested more than $38.3 million to make 25 projects possible across Wyndham.

Since 2015 the Victorian Government has invested more than $42.6 million into 109 Living Libraries projects, allowing a total investment of $297.2 million for new libraries, upgrades to existing facilities and library vans.  

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Quotes attributable to Minister for Local Government Shaun Leane

“We’re making huge investments in libraries and community facilities across the state through the Living Libraries Infrastructure Program and the Growing Suburbs Fund – creating local jobs and ensuring Victorians have access to the resources they need in their own backyards.”

Quotes attributable to Member for Tarneit Sarah Connolly

“It’s great to see the Andrews Labor Government supporting the rapidly growing Truganina community with this investment – ensuring locals will have access to high quality services.”

“Through this project the local community will have access to a range of services and programs, helping our community to thrive and stay connected.”