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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Kiah and Wandella Hall work begins

Construction tenders for the Kiah and Wandella community halls that were both destroyed during the Black Summer bushfires were awarded in December to South Coast building company, Edwards Constructions, engaged to build both halls, starting early 2023.

The company has successfully completed several Bega Valley Shire Council projects using a network of local contractors and suppliers.

Both halls are scheduled for completion by mid-2023.

Council thanked local community groups and stakeholders for their involvement in developing deigns and plans. The project was made possible through the NSW Government’s Bushfire Local Economic Recovery fund.

Visit the Kiah Hall and Wandella Hall project pages for more information.

Above: Wandella Hall design

Above: The Member for Bega, Dr Michael Holland with the Wandella Hall Committee and President June Tarlinton and Bega Mayor Russell Fitzpatrick at the sod turning of the soon to be rebuilt Wandella Hall.

Destroyed during the 2019/20 bushfires, Wandella Hall was first built in 1909 and has been a keystone building for the Wandella and Yowrie communities for over one hundred years.


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