Work began on 10 July on the new Toodyay Sports Precinct. The integrated complex will provide a community and sporting hub for Toodyay's 4,500 residents. The $13 million project includes a hockey pitch, four multipurpose netball and basketball courts, four tennis courts, a pavilion with change rooms and an outdoor 25-metre swimming pool. Read more
And on 12 July Premier Mark McGowan and Bunbury MLA Don Punch visited Dalyellup Surf Lifesaving Club today to inspect the progress of the State Government's $300,000 commitment for a new home for the club. The works are set to provide the surf club with a brand new, 400 square metre home base, including equipment storage, administration space and a first aid post. Read more
The projects support the State Government's commitment to sport and recreation in the regions, recognising its importance in developing healthy and connected communities.
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