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$737,070 tourism grant for Mulwala Water Ski Club set to bring new visitors to the region.


The Mulwala Water Ski Club has received a $737,070 grant from the Regional Activation Tourism Fund for the re-development of the Mulwala Water Ski Club waterfront precinct.   Justin Clancy MP – Member for Albury announced the major makeover that will attract visitors of all ages and thanks to the NSW Government’s Regional Tourism Activation Fund.

The much-welcomed grant will fund a world-class laser light show projected onto Lake Mulwala, the extension of a fully accessible dining and viewing deck, and a new all abilities play space.

President Matthew Holgate said, ‘We want to be a Club for the whole community and the rejuvenated waterfront space and deck will welcome all visitors of all abilities, with something to offer for every interest.’

The exciting light and sound show will be designed to showcase the beauty of Lake Mulwala. Choreographed to music, it will feature submersible led lighting and lasers and will project a stunning extravaganza viewable from the Ski Club deck and foreshore.

The existing children’s playground will be demolished and a new all abilities playspace will be constructed including a wheelchair accessible carousel and a pendulum swing. The water-facing deck will be expanded enabling use by an additional 90 people and will be fully accessible including wheelchair-friendly ramps and paths to the waterfront.

Mr. Holgate said that the impacts of COVID-19 on local tourism had been harrowing and the funding boost would benefit the community as a whole.

‘The laser light and sound show will be a significant tourism drawcard and the influx of new visitors will help all local traders, especially the hospitality industry, who have done it hard over the past few years.’

The Regional Tourism Activation Fund was established to accelerate the development of new and enhanced tourism infrastructure across regional NSW.   Mulwala Ski Club CEO, Peter Duncan said the club was grateful for the government support.

‘It is always great to see the State government supporting regional New South Wales.

‘We are also so grateful for the ongoing community support we receive and we can’t wait to host our members and guests and share our improved venue and new entertainment offerings .’

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