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Published: Wednesday, 11 September 2019 at 9:00:00 AM
The Hon Mick Murray MLA, Minister for Seniors and Ageing; Volunteering; Sport and Recreation visited the Kambalda Recreation Precinct over the weekend.
Joined by Shire Councillors, Deputy Shire President Tracey Rathbone, and CEO James Trail, the Minister participated in a tour of the Kambalda Community Recreation Centre and the new Kambalda Aquatic Facility which is currently under construction.
The State Government provided $700,000 in funding for the new aquatic facility in June 2019. The $3.4million project includes upgrades to the 50-metre pool, refurbishing the change rooms, relocating the administration office, upgrading the first aid room and developing a new universal access pool.
The Shire of Coolgardie welcomes the support of the State Government in funding sporting and recreation facilities within the community. The Kambalda Aquatic Facility will provide a key sporting tourism asset for the region, as well as providing health and well-being benefits to the local community.
For more information on the Kambalda Aquatic Facility and project updates, visit www.coolgardie.wa.gov.au/community/projects.aspx
Caption (L-R): Representatives from Kambalda Swimming Club, Mick Murray Minister for Sport and Recreation, Deputy President Cr Tracey Rathbone, Cr Sherryl Botting and Cr Kathie Lindup.
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