Twelve local community groups have secured funding for projects under the 2023 round of the Community Building Partnership Program.

Member for Willoughby Tim James said the funding will deliver much-needed improvements to a range of local facilities.

“I am pleased to support these worthy community groups and look forward to seeing these valuable projects make a real difference across Willoughby.”

“This year over $1 million worth of funding was requested from local groups, so it’s disappointing Willoughby received only $300 000 under this year’s CBP program, which is a 25% cut compared to CBP rounds under the former Liberal Government.”

“The Minns Labor Government needs to understand the real difference these small but worthwhile grassroots projects have on our community and restore funding for next year’s CBP round so more community groups can benefit.”

Projects that received funding include:

Streetwork Australia

Purchase of People Mover/Van

St John Ambulance Australia (NSW)

St John Ambulance Harbourside Vehicle

Willoughby Kids House Association

Repairs to Premises and Equipment Replacement

Northbridge Public School P&C

New Playground Equipment

Anzac Park Public School P&C

Playground Sun Shade Structures

Taldumande Youth Services

Driveway Resurfacing at Taldumande Refuge

North Sydney Junior Baseball Association

AED Defibrillator Project

Cammeray Croquet Club

Shade Awning

Northern Suburbs Basketball Association

Court Side Safety Padding and Safety Net


Upgrading Preschool Children Bathroom Area

Willoughby Park Bowling Club

Bowling Green Refurbishment

North Sydney District Rugby League Football Club

New Gym Equipment

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