Mount Lawley Bowling Club one of the projects approved in $1.75 million funding for sport and recreation as part of COVID-19

The Mount Lawley Bowling Club is one of the beneficiaries of the State Government’s $1.75 million funding boost for 27 sport and recreation infrastructure projects across Western Australia.

The grants – which will leverage funding from local government and other sources – is expected to generate approximately $5 million in direct economic activity and will create around 40 jobs in the construction sector over the next 12 months.

The projects to be funded include:

  • $150,000 to reconstruct a basketball court at Kalumburu;
  • $142,500 to build a unisex change room at Exmouth;
  • $98,960 to refurbish change rooms at Willetton Reserve;
  • $83,189 to build unisex changerooms at Manjimup;
  • $60,967 to convert a grass green to synthetic surface at Mount Lawley Bowling Club;
  • $23,433 for a synthetic wicket and practice nets at Sir Ross McLarty Reserve in Pinjarra; and
  • $12,926 for a pool hoist at Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre.

The projects are being funded under the latest small grants round of the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) administered by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.

Source: WA Government