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Goulburn secures funds for world-class Regional Hockey Centre

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Goulburn Mulwaree Deputy Mayor Peter Walker and Member for Goulburn Wendy Tuckerman with Nadine Ward and James Hanger from the Goulburn District Hockey Association.

Peter Walker and Wendy Tuckerman turn the first sod at the new Goulburn Regional Hockey Centre with Nadine Ward and James Hanger. Photo: Supplied.

Work is set to begin on a new $7 million water-based world-class hockey field in Goulburn.

The project has been given the green light after the NSW Government agreed to contribute $3,872,000 from its Restart NSW Fund.

The Goulburn District Hockey Association will also contribute $200,000 and Goulburn Mulwaree Council will fund the remaining $3,009,000.


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Water-based hockey fields are considered one of the best playing surfaces for hockey as they not only reduce friction allowing for quicker and smoother play,…



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