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Action at the Nagambie Active Youth Hub

The region’s young people will soon be skateboarding, shooting hoops and testing their table tennis skills at a new youth space in Nagambie.

Construction started this week on Nagambie’s $500,000 Active Space Hub.

Strathbogie Shire Mayor Cr Chris Raeburn said it was exciting to see action on the project, which Council first began exploring back in 2018.

“At the completion of the project there will be a functional skateboarding infrastructure, a beautiful lawn area, a half basketball court with a rebound wall and two permanent table tennis tables,” Cr Raeburn said.

“The area will be a fantastic area for youth to test their sporting skills, but the grassed social areas will also provide a place for young people to relax with their friends.

“For those who prefer to test their skills a skatepark has been designed with several different levels of difficulty for the beginner to the more experience skateboarder:”

The Victorian Government and the Strathbogie Shire have jointly funded the $500,000 project by contributing $250,000 each.

It is expected that the construction works will be completed by the end of July this year.

See the Tender Plan's here.

Picture caption: An artist’s impression of the Nagambie Active Space Hub.





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