This is one of series of photos of Willow Court. The main post is here. This is the Occupational Therapy building, I think. There are lots of windows.
From a nearby information panel:
Built between 1964-67 the Occupational Therapy building connected Wards A and C and consisted of a female and male workrooms, a main workroom, a state, change rooms, stores, a projection room, toilets, locker rooms and staff rooms.
Work undertaken included packing pegs for the Pioneer Woodware Company (New Norfolk’s famous peg factory) and collating for the Government Printer.
The building also served as a space for entertainment and social activities for the patients of the male and female Maximum Security Wards.
When Alonnah and Carlton Houses ceased to be used as security wards it enable the occupation therapy building to use used for activities fro the intellectually handicapped residents. These included discos, talent shows and sports carnivals.
“Keep stress at bay, do something you enjoy every day.”