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A number of Queensland racing clubs will benefit from more than $260,000 in capital improvements after receiving funding through the latest round of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
In total, 10 clubs will receive a total of $260,756.42 in grant funding to enhance their capacity in providing services, leisure activities and opportunities for participants.
The 10 successful projects are:
Bluff-Blackwater Amateur Race Club
Clermont Race Club
Spectators undercover area construction
Charters Towers Amateur Race Club
Jockey change room upgrade
Corfield Race Club
Materials to construct fashions on the field stage
Gladstone Turf Club
Solar system installation
Herbert River Jockey Club
Grandstand seating upgrade
Kilcoy Race Club
Fans and air conditioning installation
Pentland Race Club
Skillion roof supply and installation
Stanthorpe Jockey Club
Spectator covered area construction
Warra Race Club
Round 106 of the GCBF is currently open, and Racing Queensland encourages all eligible clubs to submit their applications.
Applications close at 11.59pm on August 31, 2020.
Click here to apply for the GCBF and to read the application guidelines.