Delivering for Hawthorn

What the Andrews Government has delivered for you during Kennedy’s term.

IN 2021-2022

$11.5 Million

to redevelop Fritsch Holzer park in Hawthorn East in order to provide a new two-court competition grade gym for Swinburne Senior Secondary College.

$2.28 Million

to strengthen the Glenferrie Road bridge  over Gardiners Creek. This will benefit locals using the shared path, the road network and will aid the efficiency of tram services.

$800,000

to plan for the construction of a bridge with shared bike and walking lanes along the Kew to Highett Strategic Cycling Corridor at Toorak Road, as part of the Anniversary Trail.

IN 2020-21

$10.13 MILLION

to Auburn High School to deliver Stage 2 of the school’s master plan.

$1.76 MILLION

to Camberwell Primary School to convert the car park to open space for the school.

1057 JOBS, 206 NEW HOMES

at the Big Housing Build’s Fast Start Site at Bills St, Hawthorn.

$3.3 MILLION

to Auburn South Primary School to upgrade and modernise the school, including the Main Wing.

$45,600+

in grants to sporting clubs across the Hawthorn electorate to help community sports bounce back.

IN 2019-2020

$5.5 MILLION

to Auburn High School to upgrade existing school facilities.

$5 MILLION

to develop up to 16 enclosed off-leash dog parks across Melbourne, activating under-utilised parks or reserves, including a dog park in the Boroondara local government area.

$370,000

for a Box Hill to Hawthorn shared path feasibility study, to investigate and develop a proposed package of works to provide a safe and low-stress strategic cycling corridor between Box Hill and Hawthorn stations.

$4,000 GRANTS

to eligible multicultural senior citizens groups, as part of our $3.4 million investment to support activities and equipment upgrades to strengthen these communities.