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A line of people on a beach looking out to the surf.

Photo: Middleton Beach, Albany. Photo Lee Griffith Photography.

This latest funding boost builds on $1.6 million given to the City of Albany as part of a State Election commitment. The redevelopment of the club's building will include:

  • relocation of the motorised water safety storage and operations to address current safety risks
  • creation of an expanded and dedicated lifesaving hub to centralise patrol requirements into a single central location
  • a new meeting and events facility to support community and club activities
  • a new multipurpose training and education space, for club use and to also be available for booking by community members at a minimal cost.

The latest funding boost from the State Government brings the total cost of the Albany Surf Life Saving Club redevelopment project to $3.4 million. The City of Albany and the Albany Surf Life Saving Club each agreed to put in an additional contribution of $50,000 on receipt of the latest State Government contribution.

Concept image, credit H+H Architects

A concept image from the architect

A concept image from the architect

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Page reviewed 27 February 2023