Roselands Centre for Disability Support Project

About the Project 

Roselands Centre for Disability Support Project Cerebral Palsy Alliance transforms disability services in Canterbury-Bankstown with a brand-new, world-class therapy centre in Roselands. The new centre delivers access to evidence-based, innovative therapies, programs and services, enhancing the lives of hundreds of babies, children, teenagers and adults living with disability and their families.

Project Scope

The project features:

  • Multidisciplinary therapy rooms
  • Multi-functional open space for equipment trials, accessible gym and therapy equipment, group programs
  • Meeting rooms
  • Multi-function rooms
  • Open plan reception area and waiting space
  • Ceiling hoists, treatment tables and change tables throughout
  • Accessible bathrooms and change rooms
  • Large staff break space, resource room/storage, WCs
  • Accessible parking
  • New roof

Fast Facts


NSW Government Funding: $2,920,964.00

Co-Contribution: $2,799.426.00

TOTAL PROJECT VALUE: $5,720,390.00

Aboriginal Land:


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