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Construction is now underway for the new playground at Glenbrook District Park, following an important community consultation on determining the design. 

The Greater Blue Mountains will share in $13 million of Morrison Government funding to support habitat and wildlife recovery in the wake last summer’s bushfires.

Blue Mountains City Council Mayor Mark Greenhill OAM, Senator the Hon. Marise Payne and Gundungurra and Dharug Traditional Owners, represented by Aunty Sharyn Halls and Chris Tobin, opened the new Gathering Place and walking track.

The Morrison Government will create jobs, lower taxes and guarantee essential services and infrastructure, steering Australia through the COVID-19 crisis.


Five new projects will be rolled out across the Blue Mountains National Park to support the recovery of bushfire affected wildlife and habitat. ...

Following the cancellation of the Hawkesbury Show in March, the COVID-19 hit Hawkesbury District Agricultural Association can now apply for a one-off payment under the Morrison Government’s $39 million Supporting Agricultural Shows and Field Days program.

$200 million in funding for tourism-boosting projects in the Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury will be made available, encouraging more Australians to travel and experience a home-grown holiday. 


Katoomba’s laneways will be transformed with a series of art installations, while Scenic World will be supported to host its popular Dinosaur Valley experience as part of a new round of funding from the Morrison government under the Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants program.



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