2018 in a nutshell

We had concrete, cranes, cataloguing and celebrations at the Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment Project this year, completing the Community Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol extension at Base Hospital, relocating the Child and Family Building, and starting demolition to make way for the new four story clinical services building that will transform the region. Among the highlights was the tick of approval from NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, who visited twice this year to inspect progress on the redevelopment and to announce the commencement of demolition at Goulburn.


  • State Significant Development Application (SSDA) submitted


  • Early Works commenced


  • Demolition commencement was announced, along with the location of the new Ambulance Station September
  • The project team worked with staff to design and deliver the CMHDA extension


  • Planning Documentation completed


  • CMHDA staff moved into new office space and transitioned to activity-based working
  • New architect appointed for main works phase 
  • Demolition of Asset Management Office and Workshop began
  • Goulburn Health Service held its first Hospital Open Day to showcase the facility and services on offer, as well as what's coming to Goulburn


  • Early Contractor Involvement for main works awarded SSDA approved
  • Demolition of Springfield House and Lady Grose Home commenced