Government plans for the former St Helens District Hospital remains uncertain, with claims the community is being "left in the dark" about what the Cecilia Street site will be used for.
The hospital on was closed in May this year, with services transferred to a new hospital.
A community consultation session was held with the Break O'Day Council in July, to discuss possible uses.
Now with the Department of Communities, Housing Minister Roger Jaensch said he understood their was a high level of interest in the future of the old hospital site.
"The [community consultation] session sought input from interested community members on the future use of the site," he said.
"A significant number of ideas were suggested through this session, ranging from community based activities, arts and music through to commercial activities.
"These options are now being considered and will be progressed as appropriate with ongoing consultation with the community.''
However, Labor Leader Rebecca White said the government was failing to keep the community informed about its plans.
"The community is being kept in the dark by the government and meanwhile this building is still sitting vacant," she said.
"The community hasn't heard anything since a consultation session in July and are eager to see some progress on the future use of this building.
"Labor is aware of the community's plans to transform the building into a multi-use space with the opportunity for a gym, respite and other services to be delivered for the benefit of the entire Break O'Day region."
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