Calling for Expressions of Interest
Golden Plains Shire Council is seeking expressions of interest from commercial operators, community groups and social enterprises interested in leasing the Meredith Interpretative Centre.
The Meredith Interpretive Centre was built in 2013 by Golden Plains Shire Council with support from the Victorian Government. It has been utilized by a number of community and arts groups over the years, but is currently vacant.
The Centre is located at 10 Wallace Street, Meredith, and is a modern and attractive 61.5 square metre building that includes an exhibition space, store room, entrance foyer and covered terrace.
The site also features:
- 15 off street car parks
- On site public toilets that make it a popular rest spot for travelers
- Prominent site with frontage onto the Midland Highway with 5,700 daily traffic movements
- Power and town water supply
- Close to workforce
- NBN Fixed Wireless coverage
Meredith is a growing regional town, located on the Midland Highway, half way between Geelong and Ballarat. It has a population of 788 people (2016), and services a catchment of around 2,500 people who live within a 15km radius of the town.
Meredith is well known as being the home of the Meredith and Golden Plains Music Festivals and Meredith Dairy. The town has a number of businesses and community services, including a primary school, chemist, pubs, corner store and post office, cafes, a church and the Meredith Community Hub.
Expressions of interest in leasing the Meredith Interpretive Centre are due by 9am, Monday 28 October 2019. For more information, email email@example.com or phone 03 5220 7111 and ask for Council’s Investment Attraction and Business Support Team.