Communities across the Keysborough Electorate have plenty to celebrate in the Andrews Government’s 2019-20 State Budget. I’m pleased to be delivering these important upgrades and projects for our growing local communities:

  • A new bus service on Chapel Road in Keysborough South servicing local schools and shopping areas and making it easier for people to get where they need to go.
  • $3.39 million to make sure students at Noble Park English Language School have the learning spaces they deserve, delivering a new architecturally-designed permanent modular building.
  • $9 million to upgrade the Queen Elizabeth Centre in Noble Park. By investing in better and more modern facilities, new parents can get the advice they need, including support with sleeping, feeding and extra care for babies with additional needs.
  • 55 extra spaces at Yarraman Station to help make life just that little bit less stressful for local commuters, while also unclogging neighbouring streets.
  • $750,000 towards a new pavilion at Ross Reserve in Noble Park, ensuring local sporting stars have the facilities they deserve.
  • Recognising our community’s proud diversity, the Andrews Government is investing $100,000 to upgrade facilities for Gurdwara Sahib Temple.
  • $24.8 million to create a 355-hectare chain of parkland from Warrigal Road in Moorabbin to Braeside Park in Dingley, with walking and bike trails and adventure play areas for local kids.
  • Local families and their four legged friends will have a new place to stretch their legs with a brand-new dog park for the City of Kingston.