Royal Far West Centre for Child Health and Learning

14-18 Wentworth St, Manly, NSW


Royal Far West

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FDC have completed the new $35 million Royal Far West Centre for Child Health and Learning facility in Manly, which delivers specialist child healthcare to up to 15,000 families a year from rural, regional and remote New South Wales and beyond.

The new facility will replace the current ageing health centre and integrate a state-of-the-art child school and health service that will accommodate regional children and families nationwide.
The new six storey building includes school classrooms, consultant and observation rooms, a paediatric oral health unit with a dental and orthodontics room, ophthalmology, occupational therapy, sensory rooms and a telecare centre.

The new purpose built centre will enable Royal Far West to grow from supporting 1,650 children to 15,000 regional children and families each year.

This project was jointly funded between the Coalition Government ($10 million), the NSW Government ($10 million), and Royal Far West ($15 million).


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