Terrigal BMX track is to receive a $300,000 upgrade, thanks to funding through Round 3 of the State Government’s Stronger Communities Fund.
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch, said the upgrade would provide Terrigal BMX Club and the wider community with an improved facility for recreation, training and competitions.
“Not only will the construction work boost our local economy at such a critical time, but it will also provide significant improvements to the track that is regularly used by BMX enthusiasts and local residents,” Crouch said.
“The work will include replacement of the existing surface, replacement and repair of the berms, and drainage works.
“Importantly, this will enable Terrigal BMX Club to host higher level State and National BMX events for the first time.”
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW, John Barilaro, said $100M was being distributed across regional NSW, with regional communities set to benefit from more than 550 new projects.
To date, Rounds 1 and 2 of the program have funded more than 1,000 projects.
Terrigal BMX Club President, Brendan Miotello, said it was an exciting time for the club.
“These upgrades will provide a safer, more functional venue that will be accessed by our current members, potential future members and general community,” he said.
“It will provide a more competitive facility for our club.”
Media release, Apr 24
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch