The Hillview Hub is coming! 

Exciting things are happening in Bentley!

We are investing in the area around Hillview Park to create an exciting place to connect, play and celebrate our diverse community. 

These works will include:
•    The development of the Hillview Intercultural Community Centre at 1-3 Hill View Place, Bentley
•    Upgrades to Hillview Park and Fitzpatrick Park, with improved play spaces and amenities, and 
•    Improvements to the Hill View Place streetscape, adjacent road network and parking infrastructure.

Construction works commenced in April 2021 and are expected to be completed by end of November 2021. The Hillview Intercultural Community Centre is scheduled to open in December 2021.

The new Hillview Hub has been designed to appeal to a broad range of users of all ages and backgrounds, with our wonderfully diverse community at its heart.

The centre and its surrounds will be a place for people to share ideas, connect with community resources and celebrate culture, providing a safe environment for growth, development and learning.
 
We look forward to sharing more news about this exciting project with local residents and stakeholders. View the latest news update on the Hillview Hub here

Hillview Intercultural Community Centre

Here is an opportunity to shape the brand new Hillview Intercultural Community Centre, the first of its kind in Perth's South!
The centre vision is to enable our diverse community to thrive by creating a place where people of all background come together to connect, share their culture, learn new skills and access exciting opportunities!
 
Expressions of Interest from organisations, community groups and individuals who would like to run programs, activities and/or events closed on the 26 September.
 
For future opportunities to be involved in running programs and events please email HillviewHub@canning.wa.gov.au

We encourage programs that involve learning and sharing opportunities across language and culture.

The Hillivew Intercultural Community Centre Vision

To enable our diverse community to thrive through creating a place where people from all backgrounds can come together to connect with each other, share their culture, learn new skills and access opportunities that help them to reach their potential.

Research
The centre journey has included a major research program with Curtin University to discover what communities need.

This research is broad-ranging and is aligned to a ‘whole of community approach’ and the City of Canning’s strategic community objectives.   

Program themes

Wellbeing: healthy living, mental, social and emotional wellbeing and fitness
Social Connectedness: drop-in sessions, centre-wide activities
Community Learning: business development, digital literacy, financial management, English conversation
Intercultural Experiences: musical performances, cultural celebrations, cultural awareness and exchange
Creative Expression: art. music, craft, sewing. cooking
People and Support Services: parenting and family support, children and youth services. seniors' activities,     volunteer support services with forms, employment and homework
Capacity Building: community group meetings, community network meetings, leadership. Kaleidoscope Business Mentoring Program, Local Government 101.

Facilities

Ground Floor

Multi-purpose hall
The main function space at Hillview Intercultural Community Centre has a capacity for 200 people and includes a stage, accessibility stage lift and AV system suitable for theatre performances, live music and entertainment.

Commercial kitchen
Adjacent to the main hall, the kitchen space is equipped with commercial fit-out that is suitable for cooking classes and large-scale food preparation, and can accommodate up to nine people.

First Floor

IT lab
The IT lab is equipped with eight computers, and a smart screen and laptop bench with charging station. This room will be suitable for facilitated digital literacy workshops.

Activity rooms
The centre features three activity rooms with a hard flooring and flexible furniture to suit your needs.
These rooms are ideal for training and meetings. The larger activity room has a capacity of 50 people, while the two other rooms have a 35 person capacity. 

Hillview Intercultural Community Centre Room Hire Fees (per hour)
Standard
  Fee (excl. GST) GST Total Fee
Activity Room 21.36 2.14 23.50
Commercial Kitchen 41.36 4.14 45.50
Computer Lab 21.36 2.14 23.50
Multipurpose Hall 43.18 4.32 47.50
Multipurpose Hall (inc kitchen) 55.91 5.59 61.50
Community Groups
  Fee (excl. GST) GST Total Fee
Activity Room 14.09 1.41 15.50
Commercial Kitchen 14.09 1.41 15.50
Computer Lab 14.09 1.41 15.50
Multipurpose Hall 14.09 1.41 15.50
Multipurpose Hall (inc kitchen) 20.00 2.00 22.00


To view the centre floor plan click here

Based in Bentley at 1-3 Hill View Place, and with an investment of $2.5 million in the building's redevelopment, the City is working with community stakeholders to determine the service model and activation plan for the Hillivew Intercultural Community Centre.

Hillview Park Upgrade

Hillview Park is getting a makeover! Learn more here

Thanks to the RAC’s Reconnect WA program, as well as State and Australian Government funding, we’re working to create a fun, vibrant and functional space at the Hillview Hub for you to play, relax and come together.

Hillview Park will include a new nature play space, which will be built with accessible equipment options for kids to play and explore.

Other exciting features include a multi-sport hardcourt, outdoor fitness equipment, tables and seating, a drink fountain and additional on-street parking for visitors, with potential for food truck events. 

The Hillview Parks and Streetscapes project is being delivered in partnership with the RAC (WA), through its Reconnect WA initiative, which aims to create vibrant streets and public spaces for Western Australians to interact and connect with each other.

Hillview Park will be the first element to be completed as part of the exciting new Hillview Hub, including the Hillview Intercultural Community Centre and improvements to the surrounding streets.

Construction for the park commenced in April and is expected to be completed in October 2021.

There will be no access to the park during this time, however, nearby open spaces available in Bentley include Sill Park, Bunning Park, and Page Park. 

We’re proud to be working with the RAC, through its Reconnect WA initiative for their contribution towards helping the City bring this exciting project to life.

 

Hillview Hub Streetscapes and Traffic Management Upgrade


The streets in the Hillview Hub vicinity are set to become more pedestrian-friendly, with additional parking, plenty of trees, changes in road surface treatments and traffic-calming measures to reduce vehicle speeds.
The City will also be installing free public WiFi coverage for both Hillview and Fitzpatrick parks.

Nearby food businesses will also be able to offer alfresco dining options for customers to enjoy the fresh air while having a meal.

Explore Hillview Hub in more detail

1. YourSay page - Hillview Intercultural and Community Centre  

Please visit this page for more details about the Centre, project timeline and frequently asked questions


2. YourSay page - Hillview Park, Streetscapes and Traffic Management

Please visit this page for more details about the parks, and Master Plan diagram depicting the road network, streetscapes and increased parking.

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