Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Program

By Susan Templeman MP
Congratulations to groups across the Mountains and Hawkesbury announced to receive funding under the Black Summer Bushfire Recovery program!

The list includes Hawkesbury groups like Kurrajong Heights Bowling Club (more than $800,000), and the Macdonald Valley and St Albans communities (more than $600,000 for a community hub and signage).

And in the Blue Mountains, it’s projects like the upgrade of the iconic Pulpit Rock visitor precinct (earmarked to get nearly $1 million), as well as the $1.9 million upgrade for Leura Cascades visitor precinct, and $4 million for improving Lurline St in Katoomba – all things that will help boost our tourism.

Really pleased that projects at RuffTRACK, Hawkesbury Independent School, St Albans School of Arts Hall, Winter Magic Festival, Bilpin Hall, Megalong Valley Pony Club and others are also on the list!

It might even mean the Prime Minister finds time to make his first visit to bushfire-affected communities in our area for a quick

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