Federal Member for Pearce, Christian Porter, has announced the Federal Liberal Government is investing $250,000 to fund the Lancelin Foreshore Redevelopment.
The funding, which was delivered through the Federal Liberal Government’s Community Development Grants Programme, will see significant upgrades to Cunliffe Street, Hopkins Street and Grace Darling Park area with a view to revamp the aesthetic of the popular coastal town.
Mr Porter said this was an important project for the town of Lancelin which will benefit the whole community.
“Our Government is delivering local investment that our communities expect and deserve,” Mr Porter said.
“This project will not only benefit the people of Lancelin but work to enhance tourism in the area.
“I am extremely proud to deliver this funding which the community of Lancelin has been calling out for.”
Shire of Gingin Chief Executive Officer, Aaron Cook, said the investment will serve to enhance the vibrancy of the town.
“This project, coupled with the ongoing upgrade of the Lancelin Caravan Park, will do wonders for tourism in Lancelin,” Mr Cook said.
“This is definitely a project which will have positive impacts right throughout the community, and one which we’re very excited to see come to fruition.”
The total project cost for the Lancelin Foreshore Redevelopment is $500,000, with the remaining $250,000 coming from the Shire of Gingin.
The Shire of Gingin will be responsible for managing the delivery of this project.