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  • Labor’s commitment to a Royal Commission into Mental Health will leave no stone unturned in finding the best solutions to fix our system.

  • Funding Three Year old Kinder for every Victorian child will help them build the skills they need for school, while taking some of the pressure off parents so they can get back to work or study sooner.

  • A brand new community hospital is just what we need in Fishermans Bend and Labor will deliver it

Local Election Commitments

  • $7.4 million for Port Melbourne Primary School to upgrade classrooms and 
  • $12.5 million for a creative space at Gasworks Park for the use of community, Albert Park College and Victorian College of the Arts
  • $5 million for St Kilda Primary School to create new learning spaces
  • Three Year old Kinder for every Victorian child
  • $50.3 million for St Kilda Pier redevelopment, including the Kiosk, viewing platform and access to the water and protections for the little penguin colony
  • Fishermans Bend Secondary School fully funded, built and open in 2022
  • $700,000 to find and build a permanent home for Port Melbourne Scouts



  • A new community hospital for Fishermans Bend
  • Royal Commission into Mental Health
  • $27 million to make St Kilda Road safer for all users with new bike lanes separating drivers and cyclists
  • Half price solar panels on homes
  • Two brand new pocket parks
  • $2 million towards new multi-use netball courts in the City of Port Phillip, including Albert Park Reserve
  • $32 million investment will establish public IVF services that will also work with a regional health service, so that more Victorians have an opportunity to become parents through IVF.