Iluka - Spenser Street

In June 2020, 75-79 Spenser Street Iluka (land adjacent to the Iluka Bowling Club) was identified as the preferred location for the first NSW Ambulance station for the community of Iluka.

The purpose-built station is being designed with input from local paramedics and tailored to the needs of the local Iluka community and surrounds.

The new station will ensure local paramedics have fit-for-purpose infrastructure to better meet the emergency medical care needs of the local community.

The station is one of three participating in a solar trial across the state. The station will feature a Photovoltaic Solar Energy System as part of the build, aiming to improve energy efficiency by generating electricity from an environmental-friendly power source.

Once completed, the new station will include:
  • Internal parking for up to four emergency ambulance vehicles
  • Administration and office areas
  • Staff amenities
  • Logistics and storage areas
  • Relief accommodation
  • Staff parking
  • Delivery and loading bay
  • Internal wash bay

Next steps include further due diligence, completion of site acquisition, preliminary design and seeking planning approval for the new station. 

Pictured above: Local Member Chris Gulaptis with founders of the Iluka Ambulance Action Group, John & Ann McLean (far right), representatives from Iluka Bowls Club, NSW Ambulance and Health Infrastructure.


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