School Sport and Recreation Facility Upgrade Program 2019-20 grant recipients

In 2020, Brisbane City Council and The Department of Education funded ten state schools to the total value of $221,876.00 to improve their sport and recreation facilities via the School Sport and Recreation Facility Upgrade Program.

2019-20 School Sport and Recreation Facility Upgrade Program grant recipients

School

Project summary

Amount approved

Calamvale Special School

Upgrade the pool facilities at Calamvale Special School to support hydrotherapy and rehabilitation for people with disabilities.

$29,734

Geebung Special School

Upgrade hoist to enhance disability access to swimming pool at Geebung Special School.

$8,448

Gumdale State School

Upgrade the multipurpose courts at Gumdale State School by installing lighting and a booking system to support tennis, netball and basketball.

$30,000

Holland Park State School

Upgrade Holland Park State School's oval to support the level of use it receives.

$30,000

Mount Gravatt State High School

Upgrade the multi-purpose courts at Mount Gravatt High School to support multiple sports.

$14,400

Nundah State School

Upgrade the cricket pitch concrete and synthetic overlay at Nundah State School.

$9,200

Sunnybank State High School

Resurface basketball court at Sunnybank State High School

$22,614

Wavell State High School

Upgrade surface and line marking to support indoor sports at Wavell State High School.

$25,568

Wynnum West State School

Install pool blanket, roller and wildlife-proof netting to support swimming at Wynnum West State School.

$21,912

Yeronga State Primary School

Upgrade oval at Yeronga State School to support sport and recreation facility for the school and community.

$30,000

Last updated:11 June 2020