$50,000 Major Community Project

The Horsham Sports & Community Club Board of Directors are delighted to announce that they have allocated $50,000 towards a Major Community Project.

The nominated projects must meet the following criteria:

-Be to benefit the wider community, not directed to any particular sporting, community, social or economic group.
-In the opinion of the Board of Directors, have a high visibility and benefit within the wider community.
-In the opinion of the Board of Directors, be within the area supported by the Club.

The Following Community Projects have been shortlisted, and now it is up to the members to vote for the project they would like to receive the $50,000.

Members can vote below or at Horsham Sports & Community Club.

-Each financial member receives one vote.
-Type details precisely the same as printed on your member’s card.
-Voting is final and can not be changed once submitted.

-Voting is open from 9am the 7th of September 2023 untill 5pm the 5th of October 2023

-Enter your membership number, first name & last name as printed on your members card.


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The Lake Marma Committee of Management wishes to install an innovative water playground feature in a new recreational facility being developed in the north-west corner of the Lake Marma Reserve in Murtoa. The innovative water playground will be set in an attractive tree lined location overlooking Lake Marma and is a key feature of the overall development of this area for the benefit of the community. Other phases of the overall project include an installed sprinkler system, which has been installed, to provide an attractive year-round recreational facility together with BBQ, shelter (already erected), landscaping, and park furniture to facilitate outdoor dining. The addition of water play facilities in this location will provide a significant enhancement recreational facility with a specific focus on the needs of young children and their families in this rural area.

Project Cost

  • Total project cost up to $60,000
  • Other cash contribution $8,000
  • In kind contribution $6,000

The City of Horsham Lions Club established a dog park near the bridge about 40 years ago that is extensively used by the public and we believe it could do with an upgrade. Our proposal is to extend the park and create two separate areas for smaller and larger dogs making it much safer all users including the dogs. The upgrade would also include two shade and seating areas.

Project Cost

  • Total project cost $60,000
  • Other cash contribution $10,000
  • In kind contribution Any labour that maybe be required and appropriate

Horsham Cemetery SmartWater Project has been made possible after the exciting news for Horsham North residents that the Dudley Cornell Park and Horsham Public Cemetery was be included in the Victorian State Government’s $10 million SmartWater Horsham project. The SmartWater project will supply recycled water to Horsham sporting ovals and parks. To droughtproof and keep the cemetery looking at its best now and, in the future, the current lawn sprinkler system urgently needs upgrading. The upgrade will require doubling the cemetery’s current water storage capacity, additional pressure water pumps, a reconfiguration of the sprinkler piping layout and electronic control systems. Over time, as the lawn cemetery has grown in area and the current system is inadequate to fully take advantage of the new SmartWater supply.

Project Cost

  • Total project cost $75,000
  • Other cash contribution A budgeted amount of $25,000
  • In kind contribution Horsham East Rotary Club


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