27 April 2017
Member for Murray Adrian Piccoli welcomed the NSW Government’s contribution of $290,000 to the significant upgrade of the Botanic Gardens Riverine Precinct at the Moama Recreation Reserve.
Mr Piccoli attended the opening yesterday and said the improved recreation facilities will benefit the whole community.
“Sports lovers will appreciate new, modern facilities, such as the cycling criterium circuit, high jump arena and permanent obstacle course,” Mr Piccoli said.
“Children will be able to play for longer on the Adventure Play Park with the installation of a new shade structure, and the community will enjoy the upgrade to the Botanic Gardens, with the development of the Kangaroo Field and Dry Billabong in the Riverine Precinct.
“The NSW Government commends the Murray River Council for its commitment to providing an accessible outdoor recreation area that the whole community can enjoy.”
The NSW Government supported the project through sport and recreation infrastructure funding as part of the Clubgrants program.
Over $50 million in Clubgrants funding is being provided in the current term of government for projects across sport and recreation, emergency relief and arts and culture.Pictured: Opening of the Moama Recreation Reserve.
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