The state government says Bendigo families are a step closer to the upgraded and first-rate early learning facilities they deserve.
Member for Bendigo East Jacinta Allan and Member for Bendigo West Maree Edwards yesterday visited the new Bendigo and District Aboriginal Corporation early learning facility for the turning of the first sod on construction of the new $2,055,075 facility.
Ms Allan said investment in early childhood services was vital, while Ms Edwards said the project will provide access to a first-rate early years facility and provide unique opportunities to celebrate and be proud of local Aboriginal culture.
The new facility will offer childcare for three to four-year-old children, supported playgroups, bush kinder, and a community space.
The facility will also be available to other members of the community.
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