East Tamar Child and Family Learning Centre

The East Tamar Child and Family Learning Centre will be constructed at East Tamar Primary School, providing a critical service to the community.

The East Tamar Child and Family Centre will offer a variety of services to support you, all in one place. It is somewhere you and your child can make friends and they can learn as they play. It’s a place where you can get advice on health and family matters, education and training.  It is a welcoming place for families and young children that provides a range of services to support families with health and wellbeing, education and care needs to children from birth to age 5.



Current Status

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Get Involved banner CFLC East Tamar

A new Get Involved campaign has been launched to encourage the community to participate in the development of the East Tamar Child and Family Learning Centre. Your voice matters and will help ensure the new facilities support young children and families in our community.

Get Involved is being communicated widely via direct mail-outs, social media, and other ways to provide opportunity for the whole community to help shape their new Child and Family Learning Centre to ensure it meets the needs of your community.

A Local Enabling Group (LEG) is being established to contribute and consider ideas during the community engagement process. The LEG will have representation from key local leaders, service providers and community members representing a broad cross section of the community.

Register here to attend LEG meetings scheduled for –

  • Monday 21 October 2019 at 9.30am to 11.30am
  • Monday 11 November 2019 at 9.30am to 11.30am
  • Monday 9 December 2019 at 9.30am to 11.30am

You can get involved by:

– emailing the Get Involved team at getinvolved@education.tas.gov.au

– writing to us at Get Involved, GPO Box 169, Hobart 7001.


Project Initiation and Planning

The project initiation and planning stage informs development of a concept master plan.

Development of Master Plan

Development of concept master plan expected – time frame to be advised.

Community Engagement

The second stage of engagement provides opportunity for the community to view the concept master plan via the Department of Education website and other channels.


Design development of the approved master plan in readiness for tendering and construction.  Anticipated timeframe to be advised.


Anticipated timeframe for commencement of construction to be advised.


Anticipated timeframe for completion of construction to be advised.