$15.6 million dollar cycling precinct emerges as major project

Community assets director Cohen Van der Velde said that without a rate rise, a million dollars in revenue would be lost in the budget.

A $15.6 million cycling precinct at Logan Park incorporating a criterium circuit, BMX track and cyclo-cross course has emerged as a major project in a Cycling Feasibility Study for Baw Baw Shire. The study also identifies a further $9.1 million

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Trafalgar BMX gets upgrade much to the delight of locals

Zathem Williams shows off a trick as he gets some air above one of the jumps at the refurbished Trafalgar BMX track.

A facelift at the Trafalgar BMX track has been well received by local enthusiasts. Baw Baw Shire allocated $10,000 in its 2019/20 budget to renew both the Trafalgar and Warragul BMX tracks. Council’s recreation and open space, parks and gardens

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Curtains drawn for WGAC works

Providing a final bow as the curtains closed signalling the start of West Gippsland Arts Centre’s $13.4 million upgrade are (from left) Member for McMillan Russell Broadbent, Baw Baw Shire deputy mayor Mikaela Power and mayor Joe Gauci, and Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing.

The final curtain was closed yesterday to signal the start of a $13.4 million upgrade to the West Gippsland Arts Centre. With fencing already erected around the arts centre and machinery moved in, a tent in Civic Park was the

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