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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Fly-Through Video Brings New Eurobodalla Regional Hospital To Life

A virtual tour is giving the community a look through the new Eurobodalla Regional Hospital, which is set to transform healthcare services for the Eurobodalla from Batemans Bay to Narooma. The fly-through video provides a virtual tour of the hospital and surrounds, bringing to life the new, state-of-the-art, purpose-built regional hospital.

The community will also have an opportunity to view the fly-through at upcoming online forums where the hospital’s schematic design floor plans showing the layout of the hospital departments, will also be on display. The floorplans and hospital design has been informed by extensive feedback from the community and it’s been great to see health professionals, staff, patients, Aboriginal community representatives and the local community getting involved. The first and important step in the early works construction program will commence in early 2023 and involves Aboriginal archaeological works, which will be managed through a separate planning approval process. The Eurobodalla Regional Hospital project team is continuing to work closely with the Aboriginal community as well as the Cobowra Local Aboriginal Land Council and other Registered Aboriginal Parties in preparation for this important work. The project’s State Significant Development Application is being updated to reflect this commitment and will be resubmitted in January 2023, with construction expected to boost skills and employment opportunities across the region. The hospital is expected to open to patients in 2025. Online information sessions will take place on Tuesday 13 December 2022.

· Session one Tuesday 13 December 2022 from 10.30am to 11.30am

· Session two Tuesday 13 December 2022 from 5.30pm to 6.30pm

To register your interest and get the link for the online meeting visit

$260 million dollars has been allocated to the new Eurobodalla Regional Hospital.


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