Tony is delivering for Barker

Recent Funding Announcement

$2,000 to enable training of volunteers to become supervising drivers in the Drive My Future program involved with the Youth Barossa Inc

$3,200 to purchase a defibrillator for the Hall that is used by the Truro and District Community Association

$5,000 to provide formal training and mentoring to the Rural Health Bus volunteers and a contribution to enrolment costs for the Flinders Program Course

$1,200 to provide training in First Aid & Basic CPR to the volunteers at Barossa Village

$1,000 for the Waikerie District Historical Society to purchase a A3 scanner and printer

$3,829 for a multi-function printer, TV, bain-maries and folding tables to the Lions Club of Waikerie

$4,600 to the Morgan Small-Bore Rifle Club for a defibrillaror and safety training

$5,000 for air conditioning, training courses, CCTV and lighting at the ADRA Community Pantry Riverland

$5,000 to extend the canteen at the Barmera United Soccer Club

$4,000 for fuel reimbursement for volunteers at the Riverland Dinghy Derby Club

$1,783 for the Rotary Club of Renmark to purchase a computer

$5,000 for Transponder technology to the Riverland Junior Motor Cycle Club

$1 million in funding for the Green Triangle Forestry Hub

$200,000 in Federal Government Funding that will support a new Murray Bridge War Memorial located in Sturt Reserve

$1 million for the Coorong District Council through the Murray–Darling Basin Economic Development Program to extend jetty and new walking trails

$160,000 in Federal Government Funding to see the SA Volunteer Firefighters Museum completed

$11.25 million of Federal Government investment into Monarto Zoo is a big win for the Murraylands region

$100,000 in Federal Government Funding that will support the Riverland Dinghy Derby to build new clubrooms

$5,000 to the Pinnaroo Primary School to create a “Maker Spaces” where students can apply their STEM knowledge, develop entrepreneurial skills, and gain experience in working with emerging and advancing technologies

$100,000 in Federal Government Funding to support Foodbank’s Limestone Coast Food Hub in Mount Gambier

$200,000 in Federal Government Funding that will support the rebuild of the Nangwarry Football Clubrooms

$400,000 funding windfall for the Millicent Parkland Redevelopment project

Riverland will now be able to access lifesaving scans for cancer, stroke, heart and other medical conditions with a new MRI licence for the Riverland General Hospital in Berri

$295,000 to the Waikerie Children’s Centre to help develop a community engagement program that will offer children onsite early intervention program that targets specific health and development issues

$215,000 to the Good Shepherd Lutheran School in Angaston for the refurbishment of learning areas, a parent entrance and student amenities

$15,000 for a strategic plan for the red meat cluster value chain in the Limestone Coast region

$47,000 for five CCTV cameras and 10 solar bollard lights to improve the safety for visitors and the community at the Naracoorte Swimming Lake

$668,500 to The Kingston District Council for “Kingston Main Streets Stimulus Project”, a project to unite the three main streets in Kingston to improve access to local businesses for residents and visitors

$77,000 for the Mil Lel Hall and Community Hub renovation project

$20,000 for Destination Riverland to develop a strategic plan towards 2030 that will build on the success of the Riverland Tourism Plan 2020 and identify further opportunities to maximise visitation and economic yield

$20,000 to The Karoonda East Murray community for an economic development and tourism strategy

$15,000 to The Kybybolite Memorial Sports Club for solar panels

$339,287 for ‘Energising Bowhill’, a project that will upgrade the towns power supply, including under-grounding the existing power lines and installing a solar power system at Bowhill’s General Store and Community Centre

$400,000 to The Barossa Village through the Building Better Regions Fund to help deliver a new community hydrotherapy pool

District Council of Loxton Waikerie have been granted funding for five projects under the Federal Government’s Drought Communities Program

$3.25 million to Our Coorong | Our Coast project for five years to improve the fragile ecosystems in the Coorong and Limestone Coast

$1.350,000 to The Rural City of Murray Bridge through the Building Better Regions Fund to help deliver the $3,000,000 upgrade to Sturt Reserves Recreation Precinct

$29,548 that will help the Renmark District RSL and Bowling Club with roof restorations

$14,524 in funding for the Port MacDonnell and District Bowling for air-conditioning

$35,000 funding for the Murray Bridge Lawn Tennis Association for stage three of the clubrooms project

$48,500 to The Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia to help migrants participation in the Limestone Coast community

$388,000 to the District Council of Karoonda East Murray for their ‘Karoonda Township Activation Project’

$50,000 for the Mount Crawford Dressage Club lighting project

$18,118 to Meningie Progress Association for a storage shed and meeting facilities

$1 million for District Council of Karoonda East

$3,914 for Wunkar Football Club for a solar pump to pump water from local dam

$15,000 to Tintinara Golf Club for a BBQ Shelter

$3,1100 to Tatiara Men’s Shed for solar panels

$160,700 increased CCTV cameras in Murray Bridge

$265,400 to Jallarah Homes for infrastructure upgrades

$1 million to the Southern Mallee District Council for projects under the Morrison Government’s $81 million Drought Communities Program

$60,000 for Naracoorte Home for the Aged for the building of a storage area for clinical equipment

$12,000 for Waikerie Bowling Club to upgrade the Clubrooms

$25,000 for Sherlock Community Centre for investigative play for all ages with a new playground

Boandik Lodge Inc. with receive $471,210 for its Lake Terrace Property for infrastructure upgrades

$500,000 in upgrading and improving the sporting facilities at Renmark Outdoor Pool Redevelopment

$35,216 in Australian Government grant funding for Waikerie Men’s Shed.

$15,000 for the Waikerie Youth Hub thanks to the Coalition Government’s Stronger Communities Programme.

$1,441,800 to establish a community-owned Regional Study Hub in Nuriootpa

$650,000 to support a Study Hub to be established in the Murraylands and Riverland

$160,000 to fund the SA Volunteer Fire Fighters Museum project

$800,000 Advanced Manufacturing Growth Fund grant to Tarac Technologies in Nuriootpa

$9,400 to Tintinara Bowling Club to upgrade kitchen and purchase new split system

$4,800 to Loxton Mens Shed for improvements

$10,500 to Mypolonga Football Club for clubroom improvements

$2,634 & $37,780 to Tanunda RSL for display of medals and photos and kitchen upgrade