Upgraded Preston Beach Community Centre Officially Opened

Upgraded Preston Beach Community Centre Officially Opened

Western Australia Minister for Regional Development Alannah MacTiernan

Preston Beach Community Centre Officially Opened

Victor P Taffa

  • New community facility for Preston Beach
  • Upgraded facilities include increased bookable office space, greater capacity for events and fire evacuation as well as access for people with disability

A new and improved community centre will provide a hub for local business and community groups in Preston Beach.

Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke officially opened the new Preston Beach Community Centre today on behalf of Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan.

“Communities need innovative spaces that are able to meet a range of needs and our investment has provided that facility for Preston Beach.” Minister for Regional Development Alannah MacTiernan said.

“New Preston Beach Community Centre looks fantastic and is a testament to the great work of everyone who have been involved in the project.”

McGowan Government invested $275,000 into the facility with a further $522,453 invested by project partners Lotterywest, the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions, Shire of Waroona and Alcoa.

Preston Beach currently has about 250 permanent residents, increasing to as many as 2,000 visitors per day during the summer months.

“This is a fantastic day for our Preston Beach community: the McGowan Government is delivering on improved community services and amenity here in Murray-Wellington.” Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke said.

“This is a centre that will service the great community of Preston Beach for many years to come, providing a meeting place where everyone is welcome in this vibrant and exciting space.”

Project has provided the Preston Beach community with a new facility with expanded floor space and additional toilets, kitchen facilities and office space.

New centre will provide a venue for meetings and events, office space for community members and visiting services, as well as functioning as a critical evacuation centre during fire emergencies.