Proposed naming - Drysdale Integrated Child and Family Centre

This engagement is closed

Contributions to this engagement have closed for evaluation and review.

Date: Monday, 18 November 2019 to Wednesday, 18 December 2019

The proposed name for the Drysdale Integrated Child and Family Centre, that has been created by traditional land owners from Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation and was endorsed by Council on 12 November 2019 is ‘Bellla wiyn Birralee Family Centre’ the proposed name, means Bellarine Children and best reflects the service provided.

The Drysdale Integrated Child and Family Centre is a City of Greater Geelong and State Government project which responds to the need for new facilities to accommodate current need and expected population growth in the northern Bellarine area.

The new centre is proposed to accommodate a range of early years and family
services/facilities including child care, sessional kindergarten, maternal and child health, consulting rooms, and a multi-purpose community room. The new facility is planned to commence operations in term one 2020.

The City welcomes public comments below regarding this proposal.