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Gippslanders have been given a first look at what the Latrobe Creative Precinct will look like when it’s completed.

A digital flythrough created by Jackson Architecture and Katsieris Origami has been released that shows what patrons can expect when they visit the facility.

Federal Member for Gippsland Darren Chester said the release was an exciting step in the process.

“This flythrough provides us with an accurate depiction of the facility that will soon stand as part of the Latrobe Creative Precinct,” Mr Chester said.

“The community has waited a long time for this development.

“With works progressing well for the underground carpark and sub-basement area we are getting closer each day.”

Mr Chester said the current excavation works would house the 74 space underground carpark and the sub-basement beneath the stage would accommodate the orchestra pit.

“Once the excavation works are complete, members of the community will be able to watch the Latrobe Creative Precinct rise above ground level.”

“When the doors at the Latrobe Creative Precinct open to its first audiences, the community will have an exceptional facility, but also the ability to attract new and unique performances.”

The Latrobe Creative Precinct is expected to be completed by mid-2021.

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