Social infrastructure

The term social infrastructure is used to describe a range of community places, spaces and facilities.

These include:

  • community centres
  • meeting spaces
  • sports pavilions
  • libraries
  • kindergartens
  • senior citizen’s centres and
  • maternal and child health centres.

All these infrastructure types create positive opportunities for community participation, and are extremely important to the health and well-being of local residents and visitors to our municipality.

In the interactive story map below you can scroll through the text, imagery and interactive maps to learn more about Social Infrastructure, it’s importance, the plan and how you can be involved;

What's in your neighbourhood?

You can use the map below to view what Social Infrastructure is currently available in your community and around Greater Geelong;

Page last updated: Monday, 30 December 2019