Artist impression of proposed Mosman Park redevelopment
The Mosman Park redevelopment project will enable Rocky Bay to provide high quality and innovative support to all people of all abilities, giving them the opportunity to reach their full potential.
The four-storey integrated facility will deliver an inclusive community hub, offering health and wellbeing, rehabilitation, early childhood support, training and shared community services with an aim to see the local community and people living with disability integrate through shared facilities and community services.
Dependent on fundraising, construction of the approximately $15M project is expected to begin in late 2019 and is anticipated to take 18 months to complete (2021).
When will construction start?
We are currently seeking funding and working to finalise the design and construction process. We are optimistic that construction could start in late-2019.
Will the development increase traffic in Mosman Park?
We anticipate most of the community activities (e.g. use of the fitness centre) will take place during off-peak hours, such as early morning or evening and weekend, therefore we do not anticipate a significant increase in traffic to the site.
What is the height of the proposed building?
The top of the current building is 36.1m, while the proposed building will sit at 42.2m with the mechanical plant to 43.8m. Although the proposed building is higher than the existing facilities, it will not be visible from any off site location due to its placement set back off the road, as well as the surrounding natural features.
Can I view the detailed plans?
Further design work is currently being completed and we will share plans in due course.
Can electric wheelchair sports still use the gym?
Yes! The sports hall will remain in place, so all current activities and services will continue as normal.