Eurobodalla Gains

Check out the gains that the community and I have fought for and won in the Eurobodalla!

$2,000 for Hope House Community Life Batemans Bay's Resilience and Wellbeing program.

$1,416,667 to Eurobodalla Shire Council for bushfire recovery. 

$20,000 for St Bernard's Primary School Batehaven for a Passive and Inclusive Play Area for students with high levels of anxiety.

$1,039,292 to Eurobodalla Shire Council under the Roads to Recovery Program.

Projects include:

Durras Drive, Benandarah.

George Bass Drive, Surf Beach.

Coronation Drive, Broulee.

Araluen Road, Merricumbene.

Broulee Road, Moruya.

South Head Road, Moruya.

Percy Davis Drive, Moruya.

Wamban Road, Moruya.

The River Road, Nelligen.

Runnyford Road, Runnyford.

 

$20,000 to the Eurobodalla Landcare Network to Clean Up the Clyde and protect the Little Penguin. 

$9,500 for Carroll College's Bangalay Forest Protectors Project in Broulee. 

$20,000 to Broulee Surf Life Saving Club to fit out the shed. 

$3,120 to Tuross Head Rural Fire Service Brigade for 20 MSA Flexifold goggles and HotShield face masks under the Volunteer Grants Program.

$850,000 for the Garlandtown Bridge widening and approach road under the Bridges Renewal Program.

$10,000 for Yumaro Limited's Ability Connect Transport Project in Moruya.

$15,000 for Mogo Public School to build a yarn'n circle.

$4,400,000 for a full Headspace in Batemans Bay.

$9,100 for Eurobodalla Woodcraft Guild to purchase a timber saw mill.  

$66,077 in bushfire recovery grants across the Eurobodalla.

Projects include:

Muddy Puddles' Stormbirds Disaster Recovery Programs for young people.  

Southcoast Health and Sustainability Alliance to establish a regular "The Moos News" community news bulletin.

Creative Arts Batemans Bay Inc's Postcards from the Fire.

The Family Place's Leaf by Leaf Art Therapy Project in Moruya and Batemans Bay.

PCYC NSW: Far South Coast's School Holiday Programs in Mogo, Moruya and Batemans Bay. 

Rosedale Association Inc's Return to Rosedale Welcome Event.

Tomakin Community Association's Community Recovery Barbeque.

Tuross Head Progress Association's post-bushfires forum and social soup kitchen. 

 

$2,800 to the Coastwatcher's Association for the Eurobodalla koala habitat and occupancy survey. 

 $14,350 for South Coast and Sustainability Alliance to install air conditioning and upgrade the Red Door Hall's insulation. 

$2,4000 to the Nelligen Rural Fire Service Brigade for iPads for the truck to record incident details and help with navigation under the Volunteer Grants program.

$3,100,000 to the Eurobodalla Shire Council under the Fixing Local Roads Program.

Projects include:

Annette Street, Mogo.

Beach Road, Batemans Bay.

Bowerbird Place, Malua Bay.

George Bass Drive, Batemans Bay.

Litchfield Crescent, Long Beach.

Mulgowrie Street, Malua Bay.

North Head Drive, Moruya.

Wave Street, Tuross Head.

$5,332 for Eurobodalla Vietnam Veterans to support the local Defence and veteran community.

$2,100 for Moruya Public School to install a softfall base and equipment in the playground.

$238,845 for IRT's Booraja Home Care Program.

 $6,380 for NSW WIRES Mid South Coast to treat wombat mange on the Mid South Coast. 

$8,250 for Katungul to build an outdoor yarning circle. 

$7,000 for Eurobodalla Landcare to undertake weed control and revegetate with native species across the Eurobodalla. 

$3,300 for Hope House Community Life Batemans Bay to develop a workshop space. 

$1,390 to Bingie Rural Fire Service Brigade for 20 Multiple use respirator mask kits including two replaceable filters and  20 sets of replacement filters under the Volunteer Grants Program.

$2,890 to Friends of Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens for a barbeque, gas bottle and barbeque equipment for fundraising and to hold a thank you to supporters barbeque under the Volunteer Grants program.


$3,000 to Surf Beach Rural Fire Brigade for petrol vouchers for volunteers under the Volunteer Grants program. 

$30,000 for the Eurobodalla Green Infrastructure and Biodiversity Strategy to improve green infrastructure in the region. 

$313,500 for the Clyde River Estuary under the Fisheries Habitat Restoration Project to restore the health and functionality of coastal and estuarine fisheries habitats