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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.

SWIM SAFE is a 10-week swim program for women who are newly arrived migrants and refugees that aims to simultaneously build water confidence and community connections in the Mt Druitt area.

 

 The service officially opened on Wednesday 19 August and will provide support for young people and family and friends within the community.

A local project to help restore endangered peat swamps has been selected to receive bushfire recovery funding as part of the Morrison Government’s Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Program.

Two projects have been selected to support bushfire recovery in the Blue Mountains as part of the Morrison Government’s Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Program.

Blue Mountains City Council has been awarded $19,016 for the Wollemi Artisan Market and Laneway Activation project under the Morrison Government’s Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants program.

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