Delivering for the Central Coast
The Albanese Government is delivering for the Central Coast, with significant commitments to local roads and community facilities funded in the Budget.
$30 million for the initial stage of the Avoca Drive upgrade has been funded in the Budget, delivering on an election commitment.
The works will begin to ease congestion and improve safety for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
The Budget also includes $750 thousand to upgrade Frost Reserve to update and improve the Kincumber Roos Soccer Clubhouse facilities such as adding female change rooms, providing greater accessibility, more storage space and an upgraded canteen.
The Albanese Government is proud to deliver funding for these election commitments.
The Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Catherine King, has seen both sites as part of a visit to the Central Coast.
Quotes attributable to the Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Catherine King:
“The Albanese Government believes in strengthening regional Australia and supporting communities to reach their full potential.
“Improving roads to ease congestions and improved safety helps people get home to their families more quickly.
“The addition of female changing rooms along with other upgrades to Frost Reserve will bring the facilities up to a standard that reflects the changing needs of the community.”
Quotes attributable to the Federal Member for Robertson, Dr Gordon Reid:
“The Albanese Government is delivering on the election commitments we made to the people of Robertson.
“These projects will not only bring the community together, but allow safer and better connections between communities.”