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09 Jul

NSW GOVERNMENT FUNDING TO TRANSFORM JENOLAN CAVES INTO A FIVE STAR TOURIST DESTINATION

The historic Caves House hotel will be transformed into a 5-star tourist destination with the NSW Government announcing $10.4 million from the Regional Growth - Environment and Tourism Fund for major refurbishment work and upgrades.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW John Barilaro and Member for Bathurst, Paul Toole MP said the improvements would provide a significant boost to tourism, attracting additional overnight visitors to the iconic heritage listed hotel.

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09 Jul

MILLTHORPE STATION TO REOPEN FOR TRAIN SERVICES

NSW TrainLink services will stop at Millthorpe from next month with a community open day planned to celebrate the station re-opening and first train service on Friday 15 March, Bathurst MP Paul Toole announced today.
“I am extremely pleased we are re-opening Millthorpe Station next month as an on-request train stop,” Mr Toole said.
“The Millthorpe community will soon benefit from two daily XPT services, which will encourage more people to visit the area and make it easier for locals to travel by rail to other parts of NSW.

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09 Jul

ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND STAGE 2 RECEIVES NSW GOVERNMENT SUPPORT

Bathurst MP Paul Toole announced today that Bathurst Regional Council will receive $200,000 from the NSW Government to go towards Stage 2 of the local Adventure Playground.
Mr Toole said Bathurst Regional Council was one of 30 councils selected in the first round of the State Government’s Everyone Can Play program to share in $4 million to upgrade or create local play spaces.
“This is great news for the wider Bathurst community as the city’s Adventure Playground has been an overwhelming success,” he said.

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09 Jul

GREAT NEWS FOR HENBURY SPORTS CLUB

Local MP Paul Toole has visited the Henbury Sport and Recreation Club at Kandos to deliver some great news.
The club had been seeking funding to allow it to give its clubhouse a facelift.
There were cheers all round when Mr Toole presented the club with a cheque for $10,647 to allow it to paint the interior of the building as well replace the damaged and woarn carpet.
Mr Toole said Henbury deserved the support from the NSW Government as the club is the nucleus of a small village community and is used extensively by many local residents.

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