Community Hubs

The CAHS Community Hubs are purpose-built facilities bringing together CAHS community-based services including child health, child development, immunisation and mental health services under one roof.

Each Hub aims to provide a ‘one-stop shop’ for universal, targeted and specialised service provision for CAHS consumers, within a specific geographical region. The Hubs are supported by a network of smaller facilities in the local community, called spokes, which give families the option of also accessing services closer to home.

The co-location of CAHS services will support coordinated, seamless, child-centered care using a collaborative approach to service delivery, making it easier for children, young people and families to access the support they need.

The hubs and spokes will be culturally secure and welcoming for Aboriginal and culturally and linguistically diverse people, and for all children and families in the local areas in which they operate.

The Community Hubs project kicked off in September 2019 with the Midland Hub, which was an outcome of the Sustainable Health Review. The opportunity for the Murdoch Hub followed in December 2020 and we are working towards opening both Hubs in 2024.

Community consultation is an integral and ongoing process in developing the infrastructure requirements and service delivery model for the hubs. CAHS has consulted with internal and external stakeholders, including a number of consumer groups, youth-specific service providers and Aboriginal families to ensure that services and facilities are culturally safe, accessible and inclusive for all consumers.

Seeking consumer feedback – share your voice

We are now in the next phase of consumer engagement and are looking for up to 15 young people, parents/or carers who are passionate about improving care in the community to provide ongoing practical feedback and strategic advice.

This is a chance for local consumers in the Midland and Murdoch Community Health zones to get involved and have their voices heard.

Click here to learn more and apply

If you have a specific question about the Community Hubs, please email it to

Hub locations

There are currently two Community Hubs being constructed, one located in Midland and one in Murdoch.

An artistic rendering of the Midland Community Hub


1 Midland Square
Midland WA 6056

The Midland Community Hub will be located at the newly refurbished Landgate complex at 1 Midland Square in Midland. This new facility will be close to St John of God Midland Hospital.

The hub will be spread across two floors and include the following CAHS Services: 

An artistic rendering of the Murdoch Community Hub


Intersection of Fiona Wood Road and Barry Marshall Parade
Murdoch WA 6150

The Murdoch Community Hub will be located at the corner of Fiona Wood Road and Barry Marshall Parade in Murdoch, close to Fiona Stanley Hospital. The hub will be spread across three floors and include the following CAHS services: 

Key dates

Both the Midland and Murdoch hubs are expected to open in 2024.

All existing facilities will continue to operate until the opening of the Hubs.

*Images above are renderings of the new Midland and Murdoch Hubs

Last Updated: 23/11/2023