Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct

The Master Plan for the Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct was released in late 2020, in response to planned investment by the state government in Meadowbank to create an integrated education and employment precinct.

The project program, led by the Department of Premier and Cabinet, included plans for a new primary and secondary schools complex and TAFE multi-trades and digital technology hub. The integrated precinct approach focused on establishing opportunities for employment and business to come together and create a new model for education institutions and business to jointly develop programs to support future workforce needs.

Master Plan

The Master Plan placed a strong focus on connectivity and improved transport services and vehicle access throughout the precinct. It also recommended various projects that would be completed over time by state agencies and the local council to deliver the precinct’s vision.

Explore the Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct Master Plan and other related documents: 

Meadowbank Education & Employment Precinct (MEEP) Master Plan Project Summary (PDF, 730.63 KB)

Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct Master Plan (PDF, 8.64 MB)

Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct Master Plan Background Document (PDF, 8.64 MB)


To implement the initial phase of precinct projects, arrangements were put in place to guide the work, which included establishing separate working groups to deliver infrastructure, education and employment outcomes. The working groups included representatives from state agency stakeholders responsible for delivering specific projects and the local council.

In 2022, construction of the new primary and high school and TAFE multi-trades and digital technology hub were completed and both facilities became operational. These were the two major catalytic projects for the precinct which would drive the vision for Meadowbank to become a centre of excellence for education and training.

Other projects noted in the Master Plan, which include traffic management upgrades, public domain improvements, pedestrian and active transport links, new open space and community facilities, are expected to be completed over the coming years as more detailed planning is undertaken and resources become available.

Further information

Please use the links below for further general information and progress on implementation of precinct projects: