- A re-elected McGowan Labor Government will provide $2.1 million towards the construction of a dedicated youth precinct in Kalgoorlie
- Project will include a multi-purpose court, study areas, hangout spaces, upgrades to the stage, toilet facilities for hosting events and lighting upgrades
- Part of the project includes consideration for a versatile indoor space that will complement the broader offerings of the precinct
A re-elected McGowan Labor Government will invest in Kalgoorlie’s youth with a commitment to provide $2.1 million towards a dedicated youth precinct in the city centre.
The project will complement the Kal City Centre Project and unify Kingsbury Park and Lord Forrest into a central, youth-focused precinct.
A multi-purpose court, study areas, hangout spaces, upgrades to the stage, toilet facilities and lighting upgrades will all be included as part of the project.
The plans also include consideration for an indoor space that would offer young people a safe place to hang out, take part in workshops or activities, and connect with support programs.
Comments to be attributed to Premier Mark McGowan:
“A re-elected McGowan Government will continue to invest in Kalgoorlie’s young people by providing $2.1 million towards a dedicated youth precinct.
“This will help strengthen the community by keeping young people engaged and involved.”
Comments to be attributed to WA Labor Candidate for Kalgoorlie Ali Kent:
“People have been asking for a dedicated youth precinct here in Kalgoorlie for some time.
“I am delighted that a re-elected McGowan Government has committed to fund this project, which will help make Kalgoorlie a safer and stronger place to live and work.”