The redevelopment of the Melton Central Community Centre addresses access and inclusion issues through the provision of a range of co-located services and programs including settlement, family violence and health services; formal and informal lifelong learning; pathways to employment and community development programs for the municipality.

Facilities include eight multipurpose classrooms, kitchen facilities, open plan office space, interview rooms, foyer and lounge space, interfaith space and outdoor spaces to socialise, reflect or garden.

All of these elements are integrated with an overarching principle of interculturalism to help to promote social cohesion and to create a stronger, more resilient community.