Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1 and Children's COMPREHENSIVE Cancer Centre

project summary

The NSW and Federal Governments have announced $608 million to deliver brand new, state-of-the-art paediatric health and medical research facilities as part of the first stage of redeveloping Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.

The redevelopment will include Australia’s first Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre and brings world-leading clinical care, research and teaching together to deliver improved models of care for sick and injured children. This is the next exciting phase of the broader Randwick Campus Redevelopment.

Artist’s impression of an early concept for Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage 1 including Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre and UNSW Health Translation Hub

What services will be located in the new building?

  • A new children’s Emergency Department, accessible from Botany Street
  • Short Stay Unit / Medical Assessment Unit
  • Emergency Department patient drop off zone from Botany Street
  • Main entry from Botany Street as well as front of house services
  • Australia’s first Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre bringing together the Children’s Cancer Institute and the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick’s Kids Cancer Centre to deliver integrated, specialist cancer treatment and research
  • Additional clinical services to be determined through the planning process.
Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1

Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1 and CCCC Fact Sheet

The project is undergoing planning and design. The Concept Design phase for the project commenced in early 2020. Download the fact sheet to find out more about progress for the new children's health and research facilities at Randwick.

Download here

Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre Fact Sheet

Find out more on how co-locating scientists with clinicians and educators will transform the treatment of childhood cancer.

Download here