Singleton Heights Hub
The Hub is a single point of contact point to a range of community and recreation services and facilities in Singleton Heights.
Singleton is a community of 23,500 in the rural Hunter Valley, with 20 per cent of the population living in Singleton Heights. The Heights has a diverse population including younger people, an aged population, a range of incomes and housing. While Singleton CBD boasts a range of community services, Singleton Heights has been identified as lacking in community facilities. The Community Hub provided a single point of access to community services, providing information and referral to a range of community services which support our people including children, family, young people, and our elders. Located in the heart of Singleton Heights, the Hub is accessible by public transport and pedestrian from most areas within the Heights. For more information, click here.
The Community Hub is temporarily located within the Singleton Heights Sports Stadium and secure fenced area off the end of the Singleton Heights Sports Stadium and is accessible to the stadium via two doors and access driveway. The site is accessible to the public via pedestrian gate located on Blaxland Avenue and parking is available on Blaxland avenue or in the designated car park for the stadium.
The Hub features two separate spaces which can be used for office space and for private consultation.
The office features two hot desks which can be booked by visiting outreach services.
The space has access to;
- Meeting Rooms
- Bathroom facilities
- Secure Lockers
- Customer seating
- Outdoor area for activities
- Access to Stadium facilities for meetings and activities.
Services to the community include;
- Shop front for Community Services
- Community Information and Referral
- Visiting outreach services
- Allied Health & Medical services
- NDIS services
- Counselling services
- Community Engagement