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Bega Electorate Voting results have been announced for My Community Project

Across the State 61,437 people voted for their favourite projects resulting in 248 projects sharing in the $24.7 million available.

Just two projects were successful in the Bega Electorate to receive funding.


SUCCESSFUL Eden $120,000

Eden Fitness Trail ( EFT ): Reducing barriers to Exercise

An outdoor gym hub linked by an existing pathway to 3 single stretch stations forming a trail overlooking the coastline.

1,726 points received SUCCESSFUL Tuross Head $53,000

Restoration of the Aged and Dilapidated THCC Carpark

To restore the 40-year-old car-park to an "as new" condition, eliminating the current trip-hazard, patched and pot-holed surface.

1,477 points received

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Broadwater (South)200,000 Giiyong Festival 2020

Giiyong Festival 2020 will celebrate and promote Aboriginal culture through music, dance, art, film, presentations, workshops, cultural demonstrations and theatre.

1,104 points received

Moruya195,964

Eurobodalla EV Community Transport Bus

Electric Vehicle Community Transport Bus; powering access for the Eurobodalla Community.

1,084 points received

Tathra146,000

Safety Lighting for Tathra Walking Track

The 2.1km walking track is used extensively by the public and can currently only be used during daylight hours.

1,081 points received

Tathra195,000

Tathra Sports Field Lighting

Provide Lighting at the community sports field so that the sports ground can be used at night.

970 points received

Moruya162,258

Stepping Stone Farm

SSF is a training program for new farmers in regenerative farming and organic food production for local and regional consumption.

947 points received

Pambula46,000

Everyone deserves access to Panboola

Construction of an all-abilities walking track through previously inaccessible areas of Panboola wetlands.

920 points received

Eden100,000

Inclusive, safe and accessible play and development project

Outdoor play spaces that allow children aged 0-5 to safely and inclusively access, play, learn and develop through adequate and inviting environments.

783 points received

Moruya33,000

Improved Thermal Comfort and Facilities for Red Door Hall

Installation of reverse cycle air conditioning and refurbishment of kitchen and lighting facilities at the Red Door Hall, Moruya.

763 points received

Moruya25,020

Solar Climate Comfort for the Moruya CWA Building

Installation of Solar PV with battery back-up and reverse cycle air conditioning on the CWA building in Moruya.

736 points received

Merimbula200,000

Merimbula Marine Rescue Inshore Rescue Craft Acquisition

Acquire a 6.8 metre Rescue Vessel to conduct rescues in lakes and rivers not accessible by the current rescue vessel.

736 points received

Moruya55,000

Shade Sails for Gundary Playground

Install shade sails at the newly renovated children's playground at Gundary Oval corner of Evans and Campbell Streets, Moruya.

657 points received

Moruya37,500

Swimming lessons for all our students!

This project aims to commence regular swimming lessons for our primary school students, regardless of their ability, skill or finances.

604 points received

Narooma100,000

Narooma Blues

A major blues festival featuring the best Australian and International blues music artists showcasing local food, market-stalls and street performers.

588 points received

Cobargo25,000

Baskets and Bikes

Our intention is to add a basketball/netball court to the existing skate park to complete this recreation space.

581 points received

Mogo (South)21,520

Woodies Lucas Mill

A safer, more sustainable way to create quality products for local community and charities, milling timber from local fallen trees.

580 points received

Bega38,500

Bega Multicultural Hub

The Multicultural Hub is a place for migrants/refugees in Bega Valley region to grow and celebrate together with the community.

580 points received

Cobargo60,000

Cobargo Community Bus

We wish to purchase a reliable 25 seater bus for use by members of the Cobargo and district communities.

570 points received

Moruya33,580

Shine a Light on Arts and Hearts - Art Central Moruya 

Installation of solar panels, air conditioning, security lighting and refurbishment of kitchen and storeroom with new shelving, cupboards and benchtops.

553 points received

Mogo (South)94,000

Mogo Disabled and Elderly Accessible Bathroom Facility

To provide the community with a purpose built disabled and elderly accessible bathroom in the centre of Mogo.

545 points received

Candelo50,000

Candelo Kids Candelo's Future

Upgrade Candelo Tennis Shed to include refurbished kitchen, toilet, change room and provide storage for preschool, playgroup and sporting clubs.

503 points received

Moruya44,000

Moruya Jockey Club (MJC) Accessibility Project 2019

Provide accessible disabled car parking, paths of travel and amenities at Moruya Racecourse.

475 points received

Bermagui55,000

'"Dead, or Deadly": Choose Your Life

Holistic health Program consisting of exercise, nutrition, smoking cessation, education, lifestyle medicine yarning groups & chronic disease prevention and management.

459 points received

Nelligen45,130

Sailability Batemans Bay New Safety Boat

To purchase a more efficient safety/support boat with larger capacity for the use of Sailability Batemans Bay, sailors and volunteers.

458 points received

Tilba Tilba24,064

Triple Vision Festival: East Meets West on Aboriginal Land

A free and family-friendly public festival celebrating the culture, music, dance and cuisine of Indigenous Australian, Tibetan and Western Communities

394points received

Batemans Bay33,600

'I didn't know that about Batemans Bay' - Interpretive Signs

Quality interpretation signage that raises awareness of the history, culture and experiences of a beautiful place like Batemans Bay.

386 points received

Akolele38,000

Merrimans Better Future program

Improving the physical and mental wellbeing of the Wallaga Lake Koori community by promoting healthy, happy and active lifestyle choices.

373 points received

Narooma66,500

Accessible and upgraded Kitchen Facilities

Refitting an outdated kitchen with an fully accessible and function multi-purpose kitchen for our community club house.

298 points received

Candelo20,000

Candelo Go - Car Share

A not-for-profit incorporated association established 2018 for the sharing of resources in Candelo. First project is a car share facility.

280points received

Bega150,000

Our Own Historian-in-Residence: BRINGING HISTORY ALIVE!

Engaging a professional South Coast Historian-in-Residence to promote/enhance understanding and appreciation of our unique local history will deliver enormous benefits.

276 points received

Central Tilba35,000

Tilba - Living in History

Take the existing histories of the Tilba District, add new histories and present them in an accessible and engaging manner.

255 points received

Candelo128,349

Bega Speedway Safety Barriers

Installing a Safety Barrier and Catch Fencing around Sapphire Speedway (Bega) to improve safety for competitors and the general public.

253points received

Bermagui30,480

Bermagui's Seaside Starlight Experience

Festive LED illuminated stars through Bermagui's town centre and foreshore, promoting seasonal festivities and creating community pride of place.

239 points received

Moruya99,000

Surfair Moruya Speedway Safety Upgrade

Building a barrier and catch fence around Surfair Moruya Speedway to improve safety for competitors and general public.

202 points received

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