The NSW Government is investing $122 million to reorganise and enhance NSW Ambulance infrastructure to meet the future needs of communities across regional and rural NSW.
Construction is complete on the new Wagga Wagga's NSW Ambulance Station.
Tenders have been awarded and construction has commenced on the new Coolamon and Harden NSW Ambulance stations, with Ardlethan's station now being upgraded as well.
The modern facilities will deliver infrastructure that will accommodate future challenges such as population shifts and our ageing population.
Planning is continuing on Griffith’s new $4 million NSW Ambulance station with the inaugural user group meeting at the end of November.
The sod was turned today to mark the beginning of construction at the Turvey Park site of Wagga Wagga’s new $4.4 million NSW Ambulance station.
The Coolamon and Harden communities are one step closer to having new NSW Ambulance stations, with the inaugural user group meeting for the first time to discuss options.
The NSW Government has announced 17 upgraded, new or rebuilt NSW Ambulance stations as part of the $122 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) Program.
Tender has been awarded and construction has commenced at Ardlethan, Coolamon and Harden.
Construction on the new Wagga Wagga NSW Ambulance station is now complete.
Planning continues on the new Griffith NSW Ambulance station with the local user group meeting for the first time
Construction kicks off on Wagga Wagga's new NSW Ambulance station
Planning continues to progress with the Coolamon, Ardlethan and Harden local user group meeting to discuss plans for Coolamon's first station, Ardlethan's upgraded station and Harden's new station
$122 million allocated to 17 new, rebuilt and/or upgraded NSW Ambulance stations throughout regional and rural NSW