Posted June 7th, 2024

The Myall Lakes electorate will benefit from $297,906 in funding for a total of 17 projects through the NSW Government’s 2023 Community Building Partnership Program.

Member for Myall Lakes, Tanya Thompson said that this State Government funding will deliver much-needed infrastructure to local organisations throughout the electorate.

“This grassroots funding will enable a range of projects to be started or completed, each one beneficial to their local communities,” Mrs Thompson said.

“Successful projects include essential computer upgrades for Marine Rescue Forster Tuncurry, a custom fit-out vehicle for St John Ambulance Manning-Great Lakes and a steel frame shed for the construction of Bulahdelah Men’s Shed.”

Mrs Thompson congratulates all the organisations that were successful in their application.

“The Myall Lakes electorate is a fantastic community that helps those in need. I’m thrilled to have been able to deliver the good news to these organisations, knowing these projects will make a positive difference for community groups right across our beautiful region. I look forward to visiting them to see the progress of the works,” said Mrs Thompson.

The full list of successful organisations in the Myall Lakes electorate for the 2023 round are:

Mid North Coast Flyers Inc $5,000
St John Ambulance Australia (NSW) $53,461
The Coomba Mens Shed Inc $9,822
Bulahdelah Preschool Inc $13,530
Forster Tennis Club Inc $15,600
Wherrol Flat Hall Inc $35,000
Bulahdelah and District Men’s Shed Association Inc $54,495
Delhuntie Park Youth Care and Lifestyle Centre Inc $9,998
Forster Croquet Club Inc $10,000
Volunteer Marine Rescue NSW $12,000
Nabiac and District Preschool Association Inc $24,000
Ranch Sorting Wingham Inc. $7,000
Marlee Hall and Progress Association Inc $13,000
Great Lakes United Soccer Club Inc $17,000
Manning Media Co-operative Ltd $5,000
Myall Coast Radio Inc. $5,000
NSW RFSA on behalf of Bulahdelah Brigade $8,000

The Community Building Partnership program has funded more than 19,700 community projects since it commenced in 2009.

For more information, visit the Community Building Partnership website:

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