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Car park improved at Wallaville Kindy-Care

Wallaville Kindy-Care
Cr Wayne Honour, Mayor Jack Dempsey, Erin Cowley and Karen Scott with local kids in the new car park at Wallaville Kindy-Care.

Bundaberg Regional Council has just completed an upgrade to the Wallaville Kindy-Care car park, which is appreciated by staff and families attending.

On the weekend the car park was sealed, ready for families to use this week.

Works include eight car parks, a disabled car park, construction of a concrete driveway and new concrete footpaths.

Garden beds are also being installed around the car park perimeter.

Expenditure on the project was around $50,000.

Mayor Jack Dempsey and divisional Councillor Wayne Honor visited the centre this week.

“It was fantastic to catch up with the staff and students at Wallaville Kindy-Care,” Mayor Dempsey said.

“They are really happy with their new car park and are looking forward to putting plants in the garden beds.

“It will be a really safe place for children and families.”

Kindergarten Director Erin Cowley said they were pleased with the car park upgrade.

“We are grateful to the Council as the new car park looks great and provides safety for dropping off and picking up children,” Erin said.

“Parents will not have to park on the side of the road, across the road or in front of other people's properties and the footpath provides a clear boundary between pedestrians and cars.

“It will also help with the flow of water out of the car park during downpours.”

Wallaville Kindy-Care
Cr Wayne Honor, Mayor Jack Dempsey, Erin Cowley and Karen Scott with some of the kids at Wallaville Kindy-Care.

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