Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan has announced a further $60m will be invested by the Coalition Government into upgrading the Princes Highway.
A re-elected Coalition Government will create a dedicated ACCC “Dairy Specialist” and provide relief for energy costs for dairy farmers as part of $22 million package to help improve returns and empower dairy farmers in their commercial dealings.
Dan Tehan said today that he is very pleased that the Coalition Government will continue to deliver the infrastructure and essential services that regional Australia needs and build on the initiatives investing in our regions and also supporting regions under transition.
The Coalition Government is committed to supporting practical and meaningful environmental action that gets results.
“The Coalition Government has prioritised investment in local grassroots sport because we recognise the wider health, social and community benefits that come from a greater activity and participating in sport,” Mr Tehan said.
Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan welcomed the announcement of a $30 million package of measures through the Coalition Government’s policy, ‘Showcasing Agriculture: Our Heritage. Our Future.’
Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan MP, said the investment is part of the Community Sport Infrastructure Grant program, which was established by the Coalition Government, to provide funding for improvements at local sporting facilities.
Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan, said he was excited to see $1,000 from the Coalition Government’s Volunteer Grants Program being awarded to the Lake Bolac Golf Club to help alleviate travel costs for volunteers, and also $4,530 going to the Lake Bolac Foreshore Committee to purchase a multi-purpose printer.
Dan Tehan, Member for Wannon today announced over $241,000 of Capital Grants Funding for the Abbeyfield Hostel in Mortlake under the 2018-19 Aged Care Approvals Round (ACAR).
$1,000 from the Coalition Government’s Volunteer Grants Program being awarded to the Camperdown Botanic Gardens to purchase new garden tools, $4,395 going to the Camperdown-Timboon Rail Trail for improved storage facilities and a new computer, and $2,740 going to the Camperdown Little Athletics Centre to purchase athletic equipment.