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Taree Motorcycle Club to receive $100,000 funding

Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead has announced Taree Motorcycle Club will receive a funding injection of $100,000.

The money will be used towards excavating, stabilising and resurfacing the track and improvements to safety barriers and fencing, to ensure that the highly successful Troy Bayliss Classic which is held each January, plus other events such as the National Championships.

Mr Bromhead said he was delighted Taree Motorcycle Club would be receiving this funding. 

“I have attended the Troy Bayliss Classic and inspected the track and surrounds and I know that this funding is very much needed,” Mr Bromhead said.

“The Troy Bayliss Classic draws more than 6,500 spectators each year from all over Australia and overseas, as well as locally and is a great boost to our local economy.

“Taree Motorcycle Club is very deserving of this funding, as they work hard to bring an international sport to Myall Lakes.

“No doubt, the money will be used to enhance a very successful event and I will continue to work with the Club to secure future funding.

“The NSW Liberals & Nationals Government is committed to investing in important local facilities, to ensure our local community continues to thrive.

“I’m proud the NSW Government is supporting Taree Motorcycle Club, as this funding allows the Club to continue to hold the Troy Bayliss Classic in Myall Lakes.

“I am delighted our community will be able to enjoy this event long in to the future,” Mr Bromhead said.

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