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Take a virtual tour of Gin Gin Community Hub

Residents can take a virtual tour of the new look Gin Gin Community Hub which began construction this month.

The new community hub will transform the current Council Service Centre, incorporating a new library, community space, internet share facilities and an art gallery or display room.

Council’s Major Projects Branch Manager Adam Wyatt said interest seemed to be growing in the community and Council wanted to make sure residents were engaged throughout the construction process.

“The Gin Gin Community Hub is going to become an essential part of the local landscape, providing a one-stop-shop for Council services as well as community facilities,” he said.

“The new Gin Gin Community Hub will consolidate Council services which will provide a higher level of support and interaction with community groups.”

Gin Gin Community Hub
Work is well underway to the new Gin Gin Community Hub.

Adam said construction of the community hub was well under way and Council was looking forward to the start of the streetscape project later this month.

“Once completed, these projects will provide the community with a great facility, providing an opportunity for a higher level of support and interaction with community groups,” he said.

The Gin Gin Community Hub and Streetscape projects have been supported by Federal and State Government funding.

Both projects are expected to be complete by mid year.

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