What’s not to love: Funding completes Cale Oval masterplan

The Narromine Shire’s vision for the region’s premiere multi-sport facility is nearing completion, thanks to a grant from the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund.

Member for the Dubbo electorate Dugald Saunders today announced the council has secured $440,301 to complete the final stage of its Cale Oval Masterplan.

“For years now the Narromine Shire Council has worked diligently to transform Cale Oval into a multi-sport hub to be envied,” Mr Saunders said.

“The final piece of the puzzle is the construction of a clubhouse with kitchenette, meeting space, store room and accessible change and bathrooms, as well as the upgrade of the final two tennis courts.

“I’m proud the NSW Government has been able to work hand-in-hand with council to deliver this vision, and build a sporting facility everyone in Narromine can be proud to call their own.”

Narromine Shire General Manager Jane Redden welcomed the funding.

“This Tennis Club project is the final stage of an overall masterplan at the Cale Oval sporting precinct site and it is anticipated that a refurbishment will provide benefit to the entire population,” she said.

“There is no other facility that will offer multi-use sporting activities in the Narromine Local Government Area.”

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