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Pinnaroo Village Green Project

The Pinnaroo Village Green Project aims to help revitalise the central green area adjacent the main street of Pinnaroo. The redevelopment aims to create places for fun, culture, recreation, tourism, social connection and economic growth. This will be achieved by adding or improving the amenities within the site as well as the functionality and layout of the area.

Stage 1

Stage 1 of the project includes the development of a civic plaza, paving and landscaping, improvements to the war memorial and rotunda surrounds, and, the addition of a caravan and RV rest area. The design for this stage has been finalised and construction will begin in 2021 with the expected completion date of 30 June 2021. Stage 1 is being funded by $500,000 of Commonwealth Drought Funding.

Stages 2 & 3

The detailed design of stages 2 and 3 is now underway based on the approved masterplan. Planned highlights of this redevelopment include a new playground, water splash pad and recreation paths. The expected completion date for stages 2 & 3 is 31 December 2022. This stage is being funded by the Commonwealth Building Better Regions Funding as well a commitment of $375,000 from council.

Latest Project Updates

Monthly Commercial Centre Revitalisation Project Updates

>>  Update #5 - November 2020

>> Update #4 - October 2020

>> Update #3 - September 2020

>> Update #2 - August 2020

>> Update #1 - July 2020

Media Releases

>> Pinnaroo and Lameroo Town Centre Makeovers Top $4 Million in Funding

>> 'Big' vision to revitalise Pinnaroo gets the green light.

>> Playspaces, ‘Big; Attraction all part of the Vision to revitalise Pinnaroo, Lameroo Town Centres

Finalised Project Plans

>> Masterplan

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