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  • State Government provides $142,500 for unisex change rooms at Exmouth Recreation Centre to make facilities more female-friendly
  • Local contractor is expected to commence work in the coming weeks with the tender approved at last week's Council meeting
  • Latest project to benefit from State Government's flagship sporting infrastructure fund
Sport and Recreation Minister Mick Murray today joined Shire of Exmouth CEO Cameron Woods, Deputy Shire President Ben Dixon and Councillor Gary Mounsey at the sod turning, marking the beginning of the construction of the change rooms that will accommodate Exmouth's surge in female participation rates. 

More than $142,000 was provided through the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) - the McGowan Government's flagship sporting infrastructure fund.

The Shire of Exmouth has contributed the remaining funding with the project cost totalling $285,000. 

The project is being undertaken by local contractor C.J. Lord Building & Renovations (WA) Pty Ltd and is due for completion by June 2021.

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Page reviewed 27 February 2023