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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.

Blue Mountains City Council will be supported as part of the Morrison Government’s $1.8 billion boost for road and community projects through local governments across Australia.

Two Western Sydney University researchers have received grants under the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Investigator Grants.

The Morrison Government will provide $142,000 to the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute under the Heritage Grants Program for a project which will develop a monitoring system for endangered upland swamps within the Greater Blue Mountains Area.

Three Western Sydney zoos and conservancies will receive a much needed funding lifeline from the Morrison-McCormack Government to help them get through the COVID-19 crisis.

The Morrison Government is backing targeted small and medium manufacturing businesses in Parramatta, the Hawkesbury, and Macarthur to modernise and adapt as they grapple with the impact of the coronavirus.

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