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University of Wollongong Health and Well-Being Precinct

PTW have also been appointed to lead the intergenerational living component for this project. As part of the 7.5-hectare precinct, PTW will be lead the design of 200 independent retirement apartments.

This initiative will see retirement living link research, teaching and learning on a daily basis.

The new Health And Well-Being Precinct (H&WP) will occupy the southern end of the existing Campus. The new buildings will complete the framing of the existing recreational pond and the Precinct will connect into and engage with the pedestrian spine that runs through the campus.

The H&WP masterplan allows for this project to be designed and delivered over multiple phases, including the following interrelated components:

  • ‘Green heart’ open green community space
  • UOW ‘intoHealth’ clinic (Primary Community Health Building – PCHB)
  • Early Childhood Education and Care Residential Aged Care Facility (RACF)
  • Independent Seniors Living Apartments
  • Ancillary retail and support facilities; and
  • Parking and community gardens.

“The health and wellbeing precinct is a transformative project that will focus on one of the great challenges of our time – an ageing population – and deliver novel research and education solutions’’

University of Wollongong Vice Chancellor Professor Paul Wellings CBE


Wollongong, NSW, Australia