The Hub is Council’s first 5 Star Green Star rated building. It is a place where people of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. People can come together to embrace new opportunities for learning, social interaction and getting active.
The Hub has a variety of spaces including: an indoor stadium, three dance/activity spaces with sprung floors, three art rooms and a variety of meeting room spaces.
The Hub has approximately 200 car parking spaces and operates 7 days per week.
The Hub has achieved a 5 Star Green Star rating by the Green Building Council of Australia. Buildings that receive this recognition are built to:
- protect the environment
- emit less carbon in construction and operations
- are water efficient and
- have improved air, light, acoustics and product finishes.
Council bought the Springvale Road site from the state government in mid-2015, with a commitment to retain the land for the continued enjoyment and benefit of the entire Whitehorse community. The hub is now the home of community groups and Council’s Meals on Wheels service.
The Hub is home to the following community groups:
- Blackburn Vikings Basketball Club
- Eastern Access Community Health (EACH)
- The Nunawading & District Lapidary Club
- Nunawading University of the 3rd Age
- Thornburn Ladies’ Badminton Association
- Whitehorse Activities Club
- Whitehorse Arts Association
- Whitehorse Chevaliers Fencing Club
There is also a variety of activities run by other community organisations.
The Nunawading Community Hub Stadium is a community sports facility located on Springvale Road in Nunawading. The indoor courts line marking include basketball and three badminton courts. The facility also has a kitchenette with hot and cold water facilities.
For stadium bookings email email@example.com