New Community Hub for Navigators

Published on 13 April 2022


Michaela Settle Member for Buninyong today announced $326,000 for the Navigators Community Multi-Purpose Hub, part of the Labor Government’s Regional Infrastructure Fund – Round 2.

A new multi-purpose community hub will replace a run-down hall and public toilets with a new diverse space to hold a range of events and cater to the growing user groups in Navigators and surrounds.

The brand-new hub will include a multi-purpose community space, new kitchen, storage and accessible amenities for the community and visitors to use. Local groups such as Navigators Tennis Club will be able to hold community events and see even more growth in their club.

The new round follows a competitive process where local regional and rural councils and other eligible groups applied for grants. Other successful projects were announced last year under the 2020/21 Stimulus Round.

The Regional Infrastructure Fund is part of the Victorian Government’s flagship $156 million Regional Jobs and Infrastructure Fund, designed to help businesses create more jobs in regional Victoria and support community projects.

The Fund is key to the Government’s almost $30 billion investment across regional and rural Victoria since 2015. Information and guidelines for the Regional Jobs and Infrastructure Fund can be found at

Quotes attributable to Michaela Settle Member for Buninyong

“The Navigators community will now have a modern and accessible community space to come together and meet. Replacing the old and worn out shed and public toilets this new facility will help give the tennis club and other local groups a boost.”

Quote from Moorabool Shire Council Mayor Cr Tom Sullivan:

“I’m so pleased for the Navigators community to have access to this fantastic facility. This will be a hub that everyone in Navigators and surrounds can use for a variety of different events and purposes.”


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