Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs Grants - Community Facility Category 2022-23 grant recipients (round two)

The following Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs – Community Facility Category – grant projects were approved for round two in 2022-2023.

Successful recipients receive funding to improve, develop and maintain community facilities. Funding is given for both the planning and design, and construction, phases of projects. 

Ten organisations received funding for a total amount of $968,356.57.

This table provided information on the Lord Mayor's Better Suburbs Grants - Community Facility Category 2022-23 grant recipients (round two) including name of organisation, project and amount approved.
OrganisationProjectAmount approved
Souths Rugby Union Club IncorporatedConstruction of two new changerooms to support Rugby Union at Yeronga Memorial Park$200,000.00
Eastern Suburbs Soccer Club LimitedConduct of a Feasibility Study on the potential redevelopment of the Heath Park lease facilities, at Hilton Street East Brisbane.


Wolston Park Centenary Cricket Club IncInstallation of solar safety lighting and concrete path to improve safety and accessibility to support cricket activities for over 500 participants at CJ Greenfield Complex Park, servicing Forest Lake residents and surrounds.$24,386.36
Kedron Heights Community Kindergarten Association IncMultiple works - door replacement and concrete slab$10,000.00
Brisbane Metropolitan Touch Assn IncUpgrade existing player substitution boxes to ensure a safe playing environment for all users at Whites Hill Reserve, Camp Hill.$137,230.21
Queensland Ornithological Society IncorporatedInstallation of a retaining wall at the northern boundary of the proposed cement works to prevent further deterioration of the existing earth wall. Cementing of unsealed area around the downstairs storeroom. Installation of a new pathway along southern edge of the building to give sealed access to the eastern side of the under croft. Additional gateway to be installed in the southeast corner of existing fence to give easier access to the downstairs storeroom. $79,642.00
Wilston Norths Junior Cricket Club Inc

Installation of LED cricket net lighting at Shaw Park.


Sporting Wheelies & Disabled Sport & Recreation Assn of QLD Inc

Deliver a masterplan to support para-sports and skate sports at Balmoral Bowls Club, Morningside.$67,150.00
New Farm United Junior Soccer Club IncUpgrade of changerooms to support soccer at New Farm Park$191,455.00
The Third Place GroupNew fencing.$13,100.00
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