From its humble beginnings in 1893 through to its closure in 2014, the Shenton Park Rehabilitation Hospital touched the lives of thousands of patients, nurses, doctors and visitors.
To honour the history of this site, roads throughout the new estate have been named after the doctors and nurses who had a significant impact on the hospital and its patients over the years, including:
To learn more about the history of this site, check out our interactive brochure: The Extraordinary and the Everyday - the Story of the Shenton Park Rehabilitation Hospital (17MB).
In order to provide sufficient access to Montario Quarter, the Nash Street/Selby Street intersection needs to be upgraded to allow for 4-way traffic.
Traffic studies have found that the most efficient way of maintaining traffic flow and reducing congestion in this area is through the installation of a roundabout.
Work has now commenced on converting this intersection to a roundabout, including the addition of a fourth leg providing direct access into the future retail and commercial heart of Montario Quarter.
For more information on these works, read our Frequently Asked Questions.
Thankyou for your patience during this time.