Nullagine set for ‘rage cage’ after State Government sport and rec funding boost

Sam JonesNorth West Telegraph
A rage cage in the City of Salisbury, in South Australia.
Camera IconA rage cage in the City of Salisbury, in South Australia. Credit: Facebook/Rage Cage

The remote town of Nullagine is set to see a $400,000 rage cage installed to provide more sporting facilities for the region’s youths.

Announced on February 10 as one of 15 projects set to benefit from the State Government’s $12.3 million investment in community sport and recreation facilities, a rage cage is a reduced-size, multi-use, permanent, outdoor sport and recreational complex.

Sport and Recreation Minister David Templeman said the fifteen projects announced would ensure small communities around the State would have access to facilities that play a ‘huge’ role in the physical and mental health of the towns.

“To get people more involved we need to make sure we have the right facilities in place and that where needed, these facilities are useable day and night,” he said.

“It is great to see so many clubs and local governments take up the opportunity to apply for funding through the CSRFF and CNLP. Congratulations to all approved applicants.”

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