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June 16, 2024 7:19 AM

Pathway at Broke Continues

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With footpaths and shared pathways emerging as the community’s top priority from Singleton Council’s review of the Singleton Strategic Plan recently, 2022 is off to a good start with the completion of the Broke Shared Pathway.

 Funded by $560,000 from the NSW Government’s Resources for Regions Round 7 announced in November 2020, the idea for the project was first pitched by the Broke Residents Community Association.

 Now a reality, the concrete shared pathway starts at Blaxland Street and continues for more than 2km along the edge of McNamara Park, linking residents and campers to the Broke Skatepark, village shop and wineries on Milbrodale Road.

As well as meeting the needs of residents, the shared pathway is also expected to be popular with visitors and tourists.

And it’s not the end of the road – Council has received $740,210 under Resources for Regions Round 8 to continue the path onto Milbrodale Road this year.

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