Red Cliffs Early Years Hub

This brand-new facility will bring all of Red Cliffs’ early years services under the one roof - on the corner of Indi Avenue and Guava Street.

The existing kindergarten and Maternal and Child Health buildings will be replaced with a modern facility to meet the demand of the growing Red Cliffs community. 

Key features include:

  • Four kindergarten rooms which will allow twice as many local children to attend kindergarten programs in Red Cliffs.
  • Two Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and allied health consulting rooms
  • Toy Library facilities
  • Multi-use community space
  • Breastfeeding room
  • Large foyer area

Landscaping and new car parking will also be completed on site.

Construction Update - May 2024

Progress Report

  • Retaining wall completed
  • Excavation and formwork of footing completed
  • Structural steelwork manufactured
  • Joinery shop drawings reviewed

Upcoming Works

  • Concrete paving to be poured on lower side of retaining wall
  • All-weather base to be installed in future carpark location to maintain site access in wet conditions
  • Joinery shop drawings to be revised
  • Under slab sewer pipework to be installed
  • Slab to be poured early June (on track)
  • Structural steelwork to be installed July (on track)
  • Completion December 2024 (on track)

We are continuing to work with user groups regarding the internal fit out and playground upgrade.

Temporary relocation of services

The services that usually operate from this site have been temporarily relocated while construction is underway. You can find them nearby.

Red Cliffs Kindergarten
Red Cliffs Primary School, Murray Avenue
03 4311 1503

Maternal and Child Health Centre
Red Cliffs Library, Jamieson Avenue
03 5018 8277

Red Cliffs Toy Library
Red Cliffs Civic Centre, Jamieson Avenue


Construction is underway! Completion is expected in time for the start of the 2025 school year. 


This project is supported by the Victorian Government. Mildura Rural City Council secured a $6 million grant from the Victorian School Building Authority's Building Blocks program to fund this project.

Design plans