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Crown Reserves Improvement Fund grants

by | Jul 4, 2024 | Community, Environment, Politics | 0 comments

The NSW Government will provide $14.6 million in grants to maintain and upgrade Crown land reserves and community facilities to support the cultural, sporting and recreational life of NSW communities.

The Crown Reserves Improvement Fund (CRIF) grants will fund more than 140 community projects across the state, with upgrades including sporting clubs, recreation areas, walking tracks, cycleways, public halls, museums, childcare centres, swimming pools, showgrounds, cultural institutions, camp sites, and racecourses.

Reserves support tourism and local jobs, businesses and economies through activities such as hiking, camping, fishing and wildlife watching, as well as protecting sensitive areas of environment for native plants and animals, and areas of cultural and heritage significance to local and Aboriginal communities.

Minister for Lands and Property Steve Kamper says maintaining and enhancing Crown reserves is vital for community health and well-being to allow residents to enjoy quality open spaces, access community and recreation facilities, and immerse themselves in nature.


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