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How Royalties for Regions is benefiting the South West – a snapshot
- Meeting community needs
- On air
- Memorial upgrade
- Feeding the South West
- Wi-fi for Margaret River
- Masonic Lodge
- Healthy communities
- Nannup community bus
- Savings for centre
- New Lyric Theatre
- Busselton wetlands
- Sail into life
- Busselton hockey stadium
- Bridgetown Bush Fire Support Brigade
- Augusta Sea Rescue
- Balingup Visitor Centre
- South West Academy of Sport
- Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival
- Cowaramup Underground Power
- Donnybrook Medical Centre
- Brunswick Junction Underground Power
- Augusta Boat Harbour
- Greenbushes Pool Boardwalk and Loop Trail
- Augusta Adventure Camp Upgrade
- Pemberton Urban Renewal
- Dalyellup Beach Surf Life Saving Club
- Busselton Helipad
- Ferguson Valley Drive and Discover
- Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
- Clinic on Wheels
- Jewel Cave
- South West Survey 2010
- South West Motorplex
- Manjimup Farmers Market
- Leschenault and Districts Men's Shed
- Bunbury Digital Public Art
- Zoo Train
- Get Access Learning Centre
- Women's Wellness Program
- Anaconda Adventure Race
- Mine lake aquaculture project
- Bunbury Sea Rescue
- Linking Education and Families program
- Weld Theatre in Busselton
- FROGS Early Learning Centre
- Surfers Point
- Augusta Margaret River Regional Library
- Manjimup Playground
- Munda Biddi Trail
- Wardandi Memorial Park
- Coronary Care Unit
- Collie River
- Dunsborough Foreshore
- Busselton Foreshore
- Collie Noongar Community Centre
Meeting community needs
The kitchen at the Bunbury Meals on Wheels and Senior Citizens Association has new flooring, stainless steel benches and a dishwasher to support the work of volunteers which dish up between 500 and 700 meals a week.
An Enable Southwest program that supports people with disabilities to set up their own small business is being made possible with help from a Community Chest Fund grant.
A Community Chest Fund grant assisted in making Bunbury Community Radio a reality.
An extension to the Busselton RSL's memorial wall has been completed with the assistance of a Community Chest Fund grant.
Feeding the South West
With a grant through the Regional Grants Scheme, Foodbank Bunbury purchased three upright display fridges. The organisation is now able to keep fruit and vegetables longer, meaning more food for local people in need.
Wi-fi for Margaret River
With the assistance of funding from the Royalties for Regions - Regional Grants Scheme, the Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been able to establish free wi-fi along the town's main street.
Accessibility has been improved at the Masonic Lodge in Manjimup. Now more people are able to participate in groups that hold meetings and activities in the building.
Tonebridge now has outdoor exercise equipment to help people keep people fit and healthy.
Nannup community bus
A Community Chest Fund grant helped Nannup to get a community bus on the road.
Savings for centre
Money from the Royalties for Regions - Community Chest Fund has allowed Bunbury's Intown Centre to install solar panels and cut down on electricity bills. The savings will go towards supporting local people in need.
New Lyric Theatre
The Bunbury Musical Comedy Group has been able to upgrade the New Lyric Theatre's storm water system.
New interpretive trails and a bird hide have provided people with improved access to the world-class Busselton Wetlands.
Sail into life
Funding was allocated to support training related to the Sail into Life program, which allows people with disabilities to enjoy sailing on Koombana Bay.
Busselton hockey stadium
A grant from the Community Chest Fund has been used to upgrade the Busselton Hockey Stadium's kitchen.
Bridgetown Bush Fire Support Brigade
The new Bridgetown Bush Fire Support Brigade headquarters were made possible with the aid of more than $46,000 in Royalties for Regions funding.
Augusta Sea Rescue
The Augusta Volunteer Sea Search and Rescue Group was given a new lease of life after it received $33,776 towards the renovation of its training and meeting room.
Balingup Visitor Centre
The Balingup and Districts Tourism Association was able to move into an established building on Balingup's main street.
The South West Development Commission teamed up with Royalties for Regions to provide funding towards the filming of the surf-themed movie Drift in the region.
South West Academy of Sport
Teenagers in the South West region are able to access high performance sports programs without travelling to Perth, thanks to the South West Academy of Sport.
Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival
The annual Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival received a boost when it received a $38,735 grant toward a stage.
Cowaramup Underground Power
Cowaramup was able to receive underground power in its main street, thanks to a $132,153 grant.
Donnybrook Medical Centre
The Donnybrook Medical Centre opened in 2011.
Brunswick Junction Underground Power
The installation of underground power in Brunswick Junction kicked-off an exciting, dairy-themed redevelopment of the town's main street.
Augusta Boat Harbour
A new $25 million boat harbour near Augusta will provide safe access to the ocean for recreational and commercial boats when it is completed.
Greenbushes Pool Boardwalk and Loop Trail
A boardwalk and loop trail was created around the Greenbushes Pool.
Augusta Adventure Camp Upgrade
Groups seeking low cost accommodation can book into the upgraded Augusta Adventure Camp, which is run by the Leeuwin Lions Club.
Pemberton Urban Renewal
Pemberton's main street was given a facelift with the aid of a $220,000 grant.
Dalyellup Beach Surf Life Saving Club
The Dalyellup Beach Surf Life Saving Club now has an inflatable rescue boat, thanks to Royalties for Regions funding.
A helicopter pad at Busselton Regional Airport was completed in time for a FESA helicopter to be stationed at Busselton over the 2010/11 bushfire season. The helipad, which received a $50,000 grant through our allocation of Royalties for Regions funding, can also be used by other emergency services.
Ferguson Valley Drive and Discover
People were encouraged to Drive and Discover the Ferguson Valley, thanks to a $44,300 grant.
Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
The Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre has been allocated $7.47m in Royalties for Regions funding to expand.
Clinic on Wheels
A new mobile clinic is delivering health services to Aboriginal people in the South West region.
Upgrades have been made to both preserve and enhance the Jewel Cave tourist attraction, with a new café among the many improvements.
South West Survey 2010
The South West Survey, the region's premier art exhibition, benefited from funding in its 21st year.
South West Motorplex
A $44,500 grant assisted in the development of a drag strip concept for the South West Motorplex in Collie.
Manjimup Farmers Market
The Manjimup Farmers Market into the Future project received $13,260.
Leschenault and Districts Men's Shed
The Leschenault and Districts Men's Shed was built with $30,000 in assistance through the South West Regional Grants Scheme component of Royalties for Regions.
Bunbury Digital Public Art
An eye-catching digital artwork now hangs off the Bunbury library, thanks to funding from the South West Regional Grants Scheme component of Royalties for Regions.
The former South Perth Zoo train was restored with support from Royalties for Regions and is being housed at the Boyup Brook Pioneer Museum while the Shire of Boyup Brook works towards establishing a rail link through the town.
Get Access Learning Centre
Jobs South West has been able to construct its Get Access Learning Centre with help from $129 927 in funding from Royalties for Regions.
Women's Wellness Program
Women in the region benefited from the South West Women's Health and Information Centre's Wellness Program for Women, which was a recipient of Royalties for Regions funding.
Anaconda Adventure Race
While individuals and teams might be the placegetters at the annual Anaconda Adventure Race in Augusta, the town also wins thanks to the economic boost and international exposure the event provides. Funding from Royalties for Regions has benefited the event in the past.
Mine lake aquaculture project
A total of $251,585 in Royalties for Regions funding has supported the development of a mine lake aquaculture project in Collie.
Bunbury Sea Rescue
Bunbury Sea Rescue received $30,000 for a new rescue boat.
Linking Education and Families program
With the aid of $25,167, the Linking Education and Families program was able to put together a resource package for schools that contains strategies for reducing the stress children may experience during their first days at kindergarten.
Weld Theatre in Busselton
A contribution of $82,049 from the Royalties for Regions program assisted with upgrades to the Weld Theatre in Busselton.
FROGS Early Learning Centre
The FROGS Early Learning Centre was officially opened in June 2012.
Popular Surfers Point is being enhanced with the building of new toilets and change rooms, stairs and boardwalks.
Augusta Margaret River Regional Library
An outdoor reading area is one of the highlights of the expanded and refurbished Augusta Margaret River Regional Library.
A new playground at the Manjimup Timber and Heritage Park is a welcome addition to the SuperTown.
Munda Biddi Trail
The Munda Biddi cycling trail has been completed. It now extends from Mundaring to Albany.
Wardandi Memorial Park
The Wardandi Memorial Park in Bunbury is the final resting place for Aboriginal ancestors, as well as somewhere for people to learn about and reflect on Noongar culture.
Coronary Care Unit
A new coronary care unit in Bunbury will allow people to be treated by a specialist cardiac team in the South West.
Royalites for Regions funding has assisted the Shire of Collie to revitalise the Collie River.
Dunsborough is now even more appealing to both locals and visitors, thanks to improved pedestrian links between the central business district and the newly-revitalised foreshore. A park alongside the pedestrian corridor has also been upgraded.
Busselton's foreshore has been upgraded with new play equipment, landscaping, barbecue facilities and a swim jetty.
Collie Noongar Community Centre
The Collie Noongar Community Centre is a hub for Aboriginal health and community services.