Tony is delivering for Barker

Recent Funding Announcement

$10,840 to the Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club to install a 10.2kw Solar system at its grounds at the Mount Gambier A & H Society

$60,000 has been awarded to the Riverland Connect Association for their Paringa Silo Art project

$450,000 to revitalise the central business district of Waikerie to create safe pedestrian and cycle routes and to connect better with river tourism

$450,000 to revitalise the riverfront in Waikerie to provide community space and to attract visitors

$448,857  to build a park on the shore at Wellington as a community space to attract visitors, creating jobs during the delivery phase

$450,000 to improve the link between Murray Bridge and it’s riverfront to better take advantage of river tourism

$416,250 to establish a cooperative business for honey, wildflowers, botanicals and food, linked to tourism, and creating jobs during the delivery phase with lasting tourism opportunities

$446,331 for a river tourism project that will restore and repurpose the ‘PS Canally’ as a tourist attraction, creating ongoing jobs

$447,818 to introduce new features to the Mannum Dock Museum and to develop a deep mooring facility so river cruises can continue when water levels are low, creating ongoing jobs

$450,000 to revitalise Blanchetown, making the town more appealing to visitors, creating jobs during the delivery phase

$20,000 grant to Tenison Woods students are re-thinking waste, with the aim of diverting waste from landfill in an enterprise model conceptualised and managed by youth

Compton will now have better phone service to make calls, browse the internet and stay connected with family and friends

$23,905 to the Mannum Men’s Shed that will assist the club to purchase and erect an all-weather pergola at the men’s shed

$12,500 to the Naracoorte Men’s Shed to expand their premises through the Stronger Communities Program

$1,950 to the Tatiara Men’s Shed for Tools & Equipment: Hammer drill, chisel grinder, 8 pce turning tool set

$6,844 to the Southern Barossa Men’s Shed for Health & Wellbeing & Events: Safety signage, chemical storage cabinet, PPE, tactile floor indicator, tactile signage, shed improvements including a modular kitchen, tools & equipment

$9,274 to Penola Men’s Shed for Shed Improvements: 2 roller doors- wind barrier, split system air conditioner to address extreme temperatures and tools & equipment

$2,900 to Mount Pleasant Men’s Shed for Health & Wellbeing & Events: Series of health and wellbeing events- physical, mental health and wellbeing, supporting remote/rural communities-whiteboard, catering

$7,000 to Millicent Men’s Shed for Shed Improvements: Metalworking workshop and storage area -linings, electrical work

$437,500 to build the Domain Nature Play and multipurpose play facility in Millicent

$5,000 to the Bordertown Hockey Club to upgrade their kitchen facility

$20,000 to The Berri community to help start a new Men’s Shed

$3,000 to The Barossa Valley Pony Club has upgraded equipment through the Stronger Communities Program

$19,512 to The Highway Church for their program, ‘Homemade’ which is based on the idea that sharing a culturally diverse homemade meal facilitates participation, increases understanding and awareness and fosters integration

$10,600 to the Loxton Basketball Association to produce a short documentary covering the rich history and heritage of the regional sports club

$9,900 to Anya McKee who will work with 2 young dancers to create a short work about dance and family

$25,000 to Mallee Arts for ‘The Pinnaroo Project’ which will be a collaborative community arts & health project

$25,000 to the Riddoch Art Gallery to curate a responsive video that will convey how the global pandemic is affecting artists

$2,741 to the Coonalpyn Mosaic Group for ‘Designing for Mosaics’, a mosaic artist will deliver a series of design workshops to help develop skills

$5,000 to the Beachport Surf Lifesaving Club to purchase a third shipping container to complete stage 1 of the clubhouse. This third container will connect to existing containers and act as a first aid room, meeting room, and general purpose room for volunteers

$2,800 to the Sunset Community Kitchen to replace the small domestic sink and tap with a large deep commercial sink and spray tap assembly for the efficient washing of large pots and pans and washing vegetables

$2,754 for the South East Radio Group to purchase new software and hardware

$7,000 to The Millicent Community Arts Centre has a new kiln thanks the Stronger Communities Program

Mount Gambier Headspace will receive $538,468 for an additional clinical and intake worker to provide brief intervention therapies, and provide staff training

$33,166 funding will be provided to RSL Nuriootpa Sub-Branch to upgrade the kitchen facilities to ensure a safe environment for members and guests

$30,000 grant funding for “Murray River Splash” will be used to expand the range of programs and activities for children and to promote the festival to people outside the region

$421,974 to Berri Headspace for additional staffing and training to provide additional brief interventions, walk in clinic time and outreach activities

$886,850 to help ‘Energise Bowhill’ at the Bowhill General Store to install power lines underground to replace power lines overhanging the Bowhill Engineering site, as well as installing solar power systems at the Bowhill Community Centre and Bowhill General Store

Swan Reach RSL will receive $1,108 which will be used to install two plaques at the Swan Reach soldiers memorial commemorating Australian service personnel who served in the Gulf War, Somalia, East Timor, Afghanistan, Iraq and peace keeping operations

Palmer & Districts Community Association will receive $1,925 to assist in the replacement of an existing flagpole in Collier Park

Mannum RSL Sub-Branch will receive $10,000 to construct a new memorial in Mannum dedicated to the service and sacrifice of Australia’s military personnel

Kapunda RSL will receive $6,056 which will assist in the restoration of two German trench mortars which will then be reinstalled onto two stone plinths

Jabuk Community Hall will receive $9,505 which will help restore and refurbish the facilities gates, plaques and surroundings as well as the installation of a flag pole in the war memorial gardens

Murray Bridge Headspace will receive $686,202 to relocate the centre to increase the size of the service, implement brief intervention therapies and establish a walk-in clinic

$1 million funding to the Renmark Paringa Council who will undertake infrastructure improvements and workshop-based activities

$1 million funding for the Berri Barmera Council who will undertake a range of community projects that address infrastructure needs, tourism promotion and community health and wellbeing activities

$9,150 for the Cadell Pistol Club to upgrade their facilities

The Loxton Waikerie Council will receive $132,266 to undertake upgrades at Loxton and Waikerie airstrips to provide safe and all weather access for essential services like RFDS and other operators

$2,250,000 to the Southern Mallee District Council which will revitalise key commercial centres and surrounding districts in Pinnaroo Village and Lameroo

$700,000 to Bordertown Park Life to upgrade the facilities of the Bordertown Caravan Park

$339,000 to the Murray Bridge Golf Club to upgrade from a par-68 to a par-71 championship course, together with an upgrade of the clubhouse facilities

$608,982 to the Waikerie Bowling Club to construct a UV protective shade structure over the bowling greens at the Waikerie Bowling Club

$224,970 to the Mid Murray Council to build new shared paths and picnic areas. (Len White Reserve)

$1,206,000 to the District Council of Loxton Waikerie for a multi-use Wellbeing and Community Centre

$1.4 million to the Renmark Town Centre to transform the town centre from a neat functional zone to a captivating centre for recreation, dining and retail

The Blanchetown RSL will benefit from $30,000 in Federal Government grant funding that will assist the sub-branch to upgrade the facility

$496,900 to the Murray Bridge Rowing Club to build five rowing sheds, a race control box, multi-purpose function area including kitchen and gym, and a new public toilet

Tatiara District Council will receive $43,000 for understanding and promoting the impact of acid soils growth penalty on crops and pastures across the Coorong and Tatiara Districts

South East Natural Resources Management Board will receive $50,000 for their project- Innovating to protect and enhance paddock trees for farm productivity and threatened species habitat in South East South Australia

Koonunga Acriculture Bureau will receive $49,500 for measuring soil health and moisture improvements from mulching and composts undervine in the northern Barossa

Coorong District Council will receive $49,980 for their project to understand soil constraints, groundwater data, and recharge of ground water rates to inform saltland management risk response and decision making

$505,918 to the Light Regional Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$648,849 to the Tatiara District Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$191,267 to the District Council of Robe for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$307,491 to the Renmark Paringa Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$573,718 to the Naracoorte Lucindale Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$571,938 to the Rural City of Murray Bridge for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$486,995 to the City of Mount Gambier for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$489,276 to the Southern Mallee District Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$825,615 to the District Council of Loxton Waikerie for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$340,359 to the Kingston District Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$427,543 to the District Council of Karoonda East Murray for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$423,450 to the District Count of Grant for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$751,813 to the Coorong District Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$299,755 to the Berri Barmera Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$565,108 to the Barossa Council for Local Road and Community Infrastructure

$30,000 to the Mount Gambier RSL that will assist the club to upgrade the RSL Diggers Room

$10,603 to the Cambrai Sportsclub to reduce volunteer fatigue and increase organisational capacity through enhancement of the cambrai sports club rooms

$26,390 to the Greenock Institute to upgrade to the kitchen

$1,780 to Mannum RSL to purchase a computer and printer

$5,000 to the Mt Crawford Dressage Club to purchase 9 Samsung S4 tablets, to utilize new electronic scoring

$5,000 for the Coorong Country Fire Service Group to supply and install 14 x Honour Boards for all Brigades & Group base within the Group

$5,000 to the Beachport Surf Life Club for development approval to add a third and final shipping container at the surf beach which will complete the
stage 1 “clubhouse”

$5,000 to the Jervois Bluds Netball Club to provide support mechanisms to enhance the valued efforts volunteers provide to make our club viable and vibrant

$2,000 to the Naracoorte United Soccer Club to purchase new line marking equipment to mark their pitch with

$5,000 to the Rapid Relief Team to increase volunteer engagement by the purchase of a BBQ trailer for our area

$4,390 to Waikerie Men’s Shed to purchase small equipment and safety gear to enable training of our members to volunteer for community projects

$5,000 to the Murray Community Services to install Heating and Cooling systems in the op Shop to improve the working conditions

$5,000 to the Lincoln Park Horse and Human Rehabilitation Centre to purchase a 20 ft container, to be modified and used as a tea room/ rest room for volunteers and clients

$4,930 to the Roonka Water Activity Centre (Part of Scouts SA) to purchase a portable electric tag tester & printer and training and air conditioner for cottage

$1,580 to the Mundulla Sports & Recreation Services to purchase laptop & printer for secretary including Microsoft Word, Excel & email capability

$2,800 to Sunset Community Kitchen to replace the small domestic sink and tap to improve the efficient washing of large pots and pans and washing vegetables

$5,000 to the Millicent Men’s Shed to purchase tools, materials and plants and engage professionals to instruct our community members in growing food for sustainable living and to give to those in need

$4,740 to the Cadell Pistol Club to upgrade Fire and First Aid needs and various equipment at the club

$3,600 to the Lucindale Community Economic Development Board (LINC) to help support volunteer pool lifeguard training and uniforms

$10,000 to the Loxton Lutheran School to go towards helping to deliver a master plan for the school

$124,000 to the Callington Agricultural and Horticultural Society to replace the sprinkler system and construct a permanent purpose-built show office

$124,999 to the Pinnaroo Agricultural Society to construct a fully accessible toilet block at Pinnaroo Showgrounds

$79,540 to the Penola Pastoral Agricultural and Horticultural Society to replace the existing 60-year-old Warner Pavilion with a fully powered steel pavilion at McCorquindale Park Showgrounds

$301,000 to the Naracoorte Pastoral and Agricultural Society to construct a new events facility incorporating exhibition hall, board room, kitchen, toilets, storage rooms and carpark upgrade

$124,000 to the Mount Pleasant Agricultural Horticultural and Floracultural Society to build a new administration building

$75,307 to the Millicent Agricultural Horticultural and Pastoral Society for kitchen facilities rebuild at Millicent Showground

$64,663 to the Loxton Agricultural and Horticultural Society to upgrade and renovation of four display and storage sheds at Loxton Recreation Centre

$280,000 to the Keith and Tintinara District Show Society to demolish and rebuild administration space

$92,380 to the Karoonda Farm Fair to construct an accessible, fit for multi-purpose exhibition space at Karoonda Recreational Oval

$290,000 to the world heritage listed Australian Fossil Mammal Site at Naracoorte to improve Heritage Appreciation & Accessibility of the Victoria Fossil Cave

Tyndale Christian School will benefit with grant $339,200 for new building works

St Joseph’s School will benefit with grant of $1,665,541 for new building works

$2,500 to the Limestone Coast Foodbank to assist in the installation of a new air conditioner

$7,000 in Federal Government Funding for Riverland Life FM to install air-conditioning at the Loxton radio station

$7,500 in Federal Government Funding for the Rotary Club of Kapunda to refurbish and upgrade their mobile BBQ trailer

$20,000 in Federal Government Funding for Berri Church of Christ to establish a new Men’s Shed for the Berri community

$223,100 to the Rivergum Christian College who will benefit from construction of a new building through the Capital Grants Program

$12,000 for Lameroo Regional Community School for the upgrade, repair and replacement of playground equipment deeming it safer for students

$10,450 for Riverland Special School to provide more outdoor climbing opportunities for students sensory needs

$3,000 for Ramco Primary School to undertake the installation of computer or ITC facilities/ equipment

$2,000 for Loxton Lutheran School to establish a community garden, produce grown to be used by classes for cooking and donated to families in need

$12,526 for Waikerie High School to undertake an agriculture department redevelopment. Stage one being a plant propagation house

$2,399 for Nurioopta Primary School to add to the safety and wellbeing of their students by purchasing a defibrillator for the school

$2,950 for Williamstown Primary School to install an engraved memorial tree sculpture to remember the ‘digger trees’ that were planted on the school grounds in 1915

$6,000 for Keyneton Primary School to purchase 20 new desktop computers for the school

$20,000 for Faith Lutheran College to assist with the upgrade of 2 classrooms in the music and creative arts learning faculties of the College with the installation of computer or ICT facilities/ equipment

$18,053 for Bordertown Primary School for the provision of additional IT resources to support students

$1,482 for Naracoorte High School to provide useful strategies to their students and help improve their ‘response-ability’ to stress and struggles that they face as teens with their new The Teen Resilience Project

$20,000 for Sunrise Christian School to develop a learning space for students to learn basic woodworking skills and to deliver small scale community projects

$5,000 for Kalangadoo Primary School to purchase new laptops and iPads for upper, middle and junior primary students

$10,000 for McDonald Park School to undergo a small scale extension/ refurbishment of an old sport’s shed to turn into makerspace for STEM activities

$12,000 for Allendale East Area School to undertake the installation of an outdoor kitchen to accompany the newly completed garden project designed around the principals of Aboriginal Healing Circles

$9,837 for St Joseph’s School to purchase an 8 pack of Class VR equipment which will help students present at a conference later in the year. Providing rural students with opportunities they have had to travel for in the past

$12,000 for Lameroo Regional Community School for the upgrade, repair and replacement of playground equipment deeming it safer for students

$20,000 for Mannum Community College to ensure there are adequate toileting and shower facilities at the school farm which is approximately 800 metres from the main school facilities

$20,000 for Tailem Bend Primary School to upgrade their current ICT facilities that have not been fully upgraded since 2009. Including the purchase of 28 new computers and 11 new laptops

$6,000 for Karoonda Area School to assist with the purchase of drones/kits which can be programmed through coding to develop their digital technology curriculum now being taught to reception to year 8 (Year 9/10 2020)

$4,945 for Coonalpyn Primary School to upgrade the schools Lego equipment to allow students to engage in robotics, coding and the new STEM challenges

$20,000 for Tatiara Coorong LAP/ Sherwood Fire Recovery committee to undertake the protection of the Sherwood Fire Canopy Cover

$20,000 for Coorong District Local Action Plan to undertake the Management of environmentally sensitive areas through Pangarinda Botanic Garden

$14,000 for Coorong District Local Action Plan to undertake the River Murray Turtle Protection Project

$18,920 for the Rotary club of Mobilong to undertake the vegetation remediation of degraded Swanport Road roadside park area

$20,000 for Naracoorte Lucindale Council to undertake the restoration of 2km of the Naracoorte Creek

$3,800 for St Martins Lutheran College to undertake their Food Waste Management Project

$15,000 for the Port MacDonnell Landcare Group to undertake the linking of existing vegetation remnants together by extensive plantings across landscape

$34,400 for the Tanunda RSL sub-branch to bring together RSL branches from across South Australia to produce a statewide history program, including an online podcast and an exhibition at the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival 2020

$3,529 to Mannum Men’s Shed for various equipment

$587,000 to Good Shepherd Lutheran School for new primary classrooms, a learning common and a covered outdoor learning area

$8,905 for the Penola Men’s Shed extension

$150,000 to the Faith Lutheran college for refurbished science and technology classrooms

$5,000 for the Maori Evangelical Church of SA to contribute to the purchase of 22 seater bus

$20,000 to the Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club to assist with the lighting upgrade project

The Fathers Farm Inc has received $6,475 for a Whitegood Recycling Program

$15,000 to Mount Gambier Fringe for funding to their project, “Experience Fringe” which is an interactive community event

$1,265  to the Barmera Community Men’s Shed for first aid and test and tag training

$5,900 to the Penola Men’s Shed and will be used for a kitchen upgrade

$3,060 to the Mount Pleasant Men’s Shed to be used for community health and wellbeing activities, gazebo shelter and catering

$7,300 to the Raukkan Community Council

$8,000 to the Kingston District Council to develop a public art strategy called “Sea & Breeze Art in Kingston!”

$36,219 to arts and cultural activities in the Limestone Coast

$280,000 for multipurpose art and drama space at Sunrise Christian School Naracoorte

$15,000 to Bordertown Football Club to replace the existing scoreboard with a new electronic version

$7,865 to the Blanchetown Hall for air conditioner replacement

$2,191,500 in the Freeling Agriculture, Recreation and Multi-Use (FARM) Centre under the Building Better Regions Fund

Funding Boost for Riverland Communities

$1 million worth of projects in the Light Regional Council area

$550,000 for a new Karoonda Early Childhood Centre and Community Hub

$1 million to Berri Barmera Council to approve projects to boost the economy, social and community needs through the Morrison Government’s Drought Communities Program

$600,000 and $270,400 for TAFE SA site on Beatty Terrace to develop the Murray River Regional Study Hub

$33,000 to Limestone Coast Training to develop and run a workshop style learning ‘Skills for Work’ program

$17,600 to Herd of Hope

$47,000 in upgrading and improving the clubrooms at the Rocky Gully Sporting Clays Association in Monarto

$139,700 to the Barossa Grape and Wine Association (BGWA)

$40,000 in upgrading and improving the sporting facilities at the Millicent Football and Netball

$780,000 to improve Frances Road, Bordertown

$266,000 for the Kalangadoo Netball Club’s facilities

$213,387 to improving facilities at North Mount Gambier Netball Club

$5,000 to the Waikerie Men’s Shed for a new pergola under round 18 of the Government’s National Shed Development Programme

$600,000 from round two of the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund that contributed to the $1,4 million project to redevelop the course

$4,250 to the Keith Men’s Shed from the Morrison Government under round 18 of the Government’s National Shed Development Programme

$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