Kickstarting Baker Park Masterplan

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28 April 2022


EMMA MCBRIDE MP
SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH
SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR CARERS
FEDERAL MEMBER FOR DOBELL

KICKSTARTING BAKER PARK MASTERPLAN

A Labor Government will deliver a boost to sporting groups on the Central Coast by kickstarting the Baker Park Masterplan.

Baker Park is widely loved and used by many local sports groups, including the Wyong District Tennis Club, Wyong District Netball Association, Wyong Emu’s Football Club, and Wyong District Cricket Club.

Labor will invest $250,000 for a Baker Park Masterplan, which will help map out planning works and the future of the grounds.

Federal Member for Dobell, Emma McBride grew up at Baker Park, worked with her community to save land at Baker Park from being sold off, and is also a proud patron of Wyong District Netball Association.

“Baker Park has a special place in my heart. I grew up playing netball and tennis there, and it’s much-loved by our community,” she said.

“After a long battle to protect land from being sold off, I’m proud to say a Labor Government will provide the funds for a Baker Park masterplan.

“This will mean Baker Park can serve our community now and into the future.”

Labor will also invest $100,000 in seed funding to help the Wyong District Tennis Club renovate their clubhouse.

This project is shovel ready and will be a major boost to the club and its players.

With these commitments, Baker Park will be here for our community for many years to come.

THURSDAY, 28 APRIL 2022