The Revitalisation of Mount Druitt Hub Project

Artsits impression of Blacktowns new community hub design

About the Project

The Revitalisation of Mount Druitt Hub Project includes the expansion and modernisation of the existing community centre to meet the needs of a diverse and growing community. It includes a fully accessible library, art studios and cafes, to create an environment to learn, work and play, improving literacy and fostering greater economic activity in the area.

Project Scope

  • Modern, expanded open-plan library facilities
  • Additional library space for lending and collection
  • Book shelving and computer space
  • Multi-functional spaces for community interactions – including catering capabilities
  • Extended Senior Citizens Centre areas
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Embellishment of Dawson Mall
  • Public domain upgrades - street lighting, street furniture and tree planting
  • Art works to the town square

Fast Facts


NSW Government Funding: $26,772,000.00

TOTAL PROJECT VALUE: $26,772,000.00


Blacktown City Council

Aboriginal Lands:


Project Update

Progress Summary
  • Finalisation of detailed project requirements brief.
  • Onboarding technical consultants.
  • Development of architectural drawings.
  • Endorsement of master plan for Mount Druitt public domain.
  • Development of the Cultural Plaza design.
  • Dharug-Led Design Panel review of First Nations considerations.
Next Steps
  • Community consultation on architectural design.
  • Refinement of architectural drawings.
  • Independent Design Review Panel.

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