- Rosebud Aquatic Centre will deliver a 50 metre indoor pool and gymnasium
- The Coalition Government is investing $5 million in the project
- The Centre will provide unrivalled community facilities for fitness and recreation
Mornington Peninsula swimmers and residents are set for a rosy future following the Coalition Government’s investment in the Rosebud Aquatic Centre.
Federal Member for Flinders, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, said the Rosebud Aquatic Centre will provide much needed swimming facilities for the Mornington Peninsula that will promote community health and wellbeing.
“For the past 15 years I have been supportive of the genuine need for improved aquatic facilities in the southern part of the Mornington Peninsula and to see this project start to take shape is truly extraordinary,” Mr Hunt said.
“This is an incredible endeavour by the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council to build this facility and we will do our part to support them with a $5 million investment to help with development and construction costs.”
“Once complete, the Centre will include a 50 metre indoor swimming pool with a gymnasium, water play area and café.
“The Centre will also include an all-abilities pool to make sure that everyone in our community is able to benefit, it will change lives and save lives on the Mornington Peninsula.
Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government, The Hon. Dr John McVeigh MP, said the $5 million investment showed the Coalition Government’s commitment to supporting regional communities.
“The Rosebud Aquatic Centre will deliver new jobs, as well as economic and tourism benefits for the region by providing visitors and families with year round access to safe swimming facilities,” Dr McVeigh said.
“The Coalition is proud to back the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council and its ambitious vision for the Centre.”
The Coalition Government is investing $5 million in the project.