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The Lakeside skate park will be located on Benjamin Lee Drive at Lakeside no. 2 reserve, adjacent to the new playground. Both the new skate park and replacement playground were funded through successful grant applications under the Social Housing Community Improvement Fund and by Port Stephens Council. The new skate park at Boomerang Park will […]

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The new surf lifesaving facility will replace the existing facility, which does not adequately meet the requirements of lifeguards. Brock Lamont, Council’s Community and Recreation Coordinator, says the new building will help lifeguards to better protect and serve beachgoers. “The new facility will cost $840,000 to construct and will be a drastic improvement on the […]

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Lakeside Leisure Centre has been ranked as the best facility in the state for safety with a score of 93.6, while Tomaree Aquatic Centre came in fourth overall on 89.8. Lakeside Leisure Centre and Tomaree Aquatic Centre were also recognised for being consistent high performers, coming in first and third respectively. Tilligerry Aquatic Centre was […]

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