Racing to the finish line: Dubbo Speedway receives funding boost

Dubbo’s Morris Park Motorsport precinct will be able to attract more high quality meetings thanks to funding from the NSW Government.

Member for the Dubbo electorate Dugald Saunders announced the Dubbo City Speedway Club has received $55,000 for new infrastructure from the Community Building Partnerships program.

“The funding will be used to construct a control tower, office and clubroom to benefit all users of the precinct,” Mr Saunders said.

“These upgrades will increase the club’s opportunities to host high quality meetings, which in turn, brings visitors to Dubbo, providing a welcome boost to the economy.

“The new facilities will also encourage volunteers to take up official roles in a safe, modern environment.”

Dubbo City Speedway Club Secretary Tiana Spears welcomed the support from the NSW Government, saying members were “shocked” and “excited”.

“It will allow us to make improvements that wouldn’t have been possible without the grant,” she said.

1 thought on “Racing to the finish line: Dubbo Speedway receives funding boost”

  1. Great to see a local sporting group receive funding. It would be even better if they used some of the money to do a tree planting along their boundaries to hide the unsightly track area from those using the Obley Road.

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