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Towong Shire

Attree Centre, Corryong

Attree Centre, Corryong

New installations at Attree Centre in Corryong are now complete.

The new installations include:

  • An accessible, touch-free water refill station and dog bowl

  • Bicycle repair stand

  • New bench seats

  • A new spring rocker for the kids playground

  • New trees and landscaping

The most anticipated installation is a water station designed by Albury based entrepreneurs, MeetPat. The innovative drink station allows for touch-free refill of water bottles and is specially designed for wheelchair access and equipped with a recessed dog bowl that cannot be knocked over. The water station features graphics of the Upper Murray landscape.

A bicycle repair kit has been placed next to the Visitor Information Centre, giving both local and visiting cyclists access to tools and a bike pump.

The project was initiated by a group of dedicated community members who worked together with Corryong Neighbourhood Centre Garden Group, raising $15,000 for new shade sails at the park. 

This funding was then matched with $15,000 from Council, and the sails were installed in March 2020.

The project was also successful in receiving a further $13,000 grant through the Commonwealth Government's Stronger Communities Program, endorsed by Helen Haines MP, Independent Member for Indi.

Last updated: 25 September 2020