Building Redevelopment FAQ’s

Q. Why is Royal Far West undertaking this project? Every year thousands of families from rural and remote areas of NSW benefit from the integrated clinical and educational model of health care provided by Royal Far West at Manly – care that is not available to these families locally. Our medical services building is deteriorating…

Redevelopment Updates 20-01-17

On 16 Monday January 2017 we commenced the site establishment and early works program for our long-awaited new Centre for Child Health and Learning in Manly. The new building will be located next to Drummond House on Wentworth Street, and will provide a wonderful environment for our children and families. The construction period will take…

Facilities Redevelopment

The new integrated Royal Far West Health and Learning facility will be a truly unique asset to Australia, enabling us to reach up to 15,000 families with services and support that help country children reach their full potential. Royal Far West has had the development application for the new Centre for Child Health and Learning…

Redevelopment Updates 24-11-17

Royal Far West’s new Centre for Child Health and Learning in Manly is on schedule for completion late in 2018. This purpose-built Centre will provide much-needed support for children and families in rural and remote communities across Australia. Construction Update We reached a major milestone on Tuesday 14 November with the installation of the tower…

Redevelopment Updates 24-01-17

The construction of RFW’s new Centre for Child Health and Learning has finally commenced. My thanks to the local community for your support. An important element of our project has been to help residents living in RFW’s old nurse’s quarters, the Elsie Hill building, to find alternative accommodation, and we have been diligently working with…