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Published Tuesday 29 October 2019
Tags:General, Media Release

New playspace officially opened

Kilmore’s eastern corridor has a new lease on life after the Centenary Drive Playspace Upgrade was officially opened on Monday 28 October.

Council representatives joined Member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes to officially cut the ribbon on the $190,000 Centenary Drive Kilmore Playspace Upgrade project.

Council contributed $95,000 to the project. The Victorian Government funded $95,000 through the Growing Suburbs Fund.

The completed works at Centenary Park are:

  • New footpath links for more access
  • New all ages play equipment
  • Picnic tables and chairs
  • A shade sail
  • And a new landscape fit out

The new equipment was installed further away from the road to improve safety in the park.

Quotes attributable to Mitchell Shire Mayor Councillor Bill Chisholm

“Our job at council is to plan for that growth and to advocate for the right infrastructure to be built in our community. We want every community member to have a great quality of life and to be able to have fun, stay active,” he said.

“I would like to thank the Victorian Government for their assistance through the Growing Suburbs Fund.”

This page was last updated on 29 October 2019.