Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast Scot MacDonald MLC today announced $5 million in funding to Central Coast Council for six community projects through round two of the NSW Liberal National Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund.
Central Coast Council secured NSW Government funding for;
- Outdoor water park at Peninsula Leisure Centre, Woy Woy $850,000
- Establishment of the Wyong Cultural Hub, Wyong $1,500,000
- Construction of a clubhouse at Don Small Oval, Tacoma $259,000
- Creation of a shared footpath/cycleway, Norah Head $995,700
- Creation of shared footpath/cycleway, Tuggerawong $542,269
- Amenities upgrade of Adelaide Street Oval, Tumbi Umbi $908,616
Mr MacDonald said he was pleased to see a wide range of recreation activities supported across the Central Coast by the NSW Government.
“The establishment of the Wyong Cultural Hub will provide a centralized and accessible space for the Central Coast’s creative sector to flourish,” Mr MacDonald said.
“The funding for two separate footpath & cycleways on Bungary Road in Norah Head and along the Tuggerawong foreshore will support pedestrian safety and encourage greater cycling uptake by the local residents.”
“The outdoor waterpark at Peninsula Leisure Centre will be a unique facility for the region and attract further casual users.”
Mayor Jane Smith welcomed the significant investment in the arts, sporting and recreational opportunities right across the Central Coast. .
“Our community’s vision is for a smart, green and liveable region with a shared sense of belonging and responsibility,” Mayor Smith said.
“Working closely with the State Government to deliver high quality infrastructure and opportunities for our growing community is a way we are delivering on that promise.
“We are pleased the State Government have come to the table and delivered such significant funding for major projects that will help create a vibrant and sustainable Central Coast.
“Council has a limited budget, that is why securing funding opportunities is a priority for us and will continue to be.
“I look forward to continuing to work with all levels of government in the best interests of the Central Coast.”
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW John Barilaro said the roll out of the second round of projects takes Stronger Country Communities funding to $300 million.
“I congratulate Central Coast Council and look forward to the local sports and community facility improvements that will make the region an even more attractive place to work and raise a family,” Mr Barilaro said.
For more information, please visit: www.nsw.gov.au/strongercountrycommunities.