First Nations Cultural Hub Project

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About the Project

The First Nations Cultural Hub Project in Mount Druitt is a new purpose-built, cultural healing centre for the Western Sydney First Nations community. The facility is guided by consultation with First Nation communities and embeds Aboriginal knowledge into the design and planning process. The project provides dedicated spaces to gather, deliver cultural programs and promote connectedness, well-being and economic self-determination.

Project Scope

The project will feature: 

  • Entry/reception area
  • Consulting space/rooms
  • Workshop space 
  • Community training/teaching rooms with capacity to seat 300 participants
  • Car parking 
  • Cultural storage space 
  • Mums n’ bubs facility 
  • Healing and refuge spaces 
  • Outdoor decks and courtyards 
  • Medicinal garden/outdoor facilities 
  • Creche play areas

Fast Facts


NSW Government Funding: $19,548,506.00

TOTAL PROJECT VALUE: $19,548,506.00


Blacktown City Council

Aboriginal Land:


Project Updates

Project Summary
  • Finalisation of detailed project requirements brief.
  • Onboarding of technical consultants.
  • Dharug-Led Design Panel review of First Nations considerations.
Next Steps
  • Development of architectural drawings.
  • Community consultation on architectural design.
  • Refinement of architectural drawings.
  • Independent Design Review Panel..

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